Voter turnout was 72.22% out of 78,398 people who were eligible to vote. The turnout for the General Election in 2017 was 74.07% and in 2015 it was 69.8%.
|Candidate||Party||Number of votes|
|Nigel ADAMS||The Conservative Party||33,995|
|Mike JORDAN||The Yorkshire Party||1,900|
|Katherine MACY||Liberal Democrats||4,842|
|Malik ROFIDI||Labour Party||13,858|
|Arnold WARNEKEN||Green Party||1,823|
|Reason||Number of votes|
|Want of an official mark||0|
|Voting for more candidates than voter was entitled to||28|
|Writing or mark by which voter could be identified||3|
|Being unmarked or wholly void for uncertainty||160|
|Rejected in part||0|
Polling stations were open between 7am and 10pm on Thursday 12 December.
The deadline to register to vote was midnight on Tuesday 26 November. The deadline to apply for or cancel an exisiting postal vote was 5pm on Tuesday 26 November.
The deadline to apply for an emergency proxy vote was 5pm on Thursday 12 December.
Click here for a full list of candidates. These candidates were for the Selby and Ainsty Constituency.
Click here to read the Statement of Persons Nominated. This document also includes the Notice of Poll and Situation of Polling Stations.
For further information regarding the election please contact 01757 705101 or email email@example.com.