General Election 2019
The count for the 2019 General Election took place at the Guildhall.

Hull General Election 2019: as it happened

On Thursday 12 December, people in Hull went to the polls to cast their votes in the General Election.

MPs were elected across three constituencies in Hull – Hull East, Hull North and Hull West & Hessle.

Below are the results from each constituency –

Hull East

Julia Brown (Green Party) – 784

Marten Hall (Brexit Party) – 5764

Bob Morgan (Lib Dem) – 1707

Rachel Storer (Con) – 11474

Karl Turner (Lab) – 12713

Karl Turner (Lab) elected as MP

 

Hull North

Derek Abram (Brexit Party) – 4771

Richard Howarth (Green Party) – 875

Diana Johnson (Lab) – 17033

Mike Ross (Lib Dem) – 2084

Holly Whitbread (Con) – 9440

Diana Johnson (Lab) elected as MP

 

Hull West & Hessle

Scott Bell (Con) – 10528

Michelle Dewberry (Brexit Party) – 5638

Emma Hardy (Lab) – 13384

Mike Lammiman (Green Party) – 50*

David Nolan (Lib Dem) – 1756

Emma Hardy (Lab) elected as MP for Hull West & Hessle

 

*Unfortunately, due to a transcription error, the Green Party result for the Kingston upon Hull West & Hessle was declared as 50 votes, rather than the correct figure of 560 votes which was properly shared with all party candidates and agents immediately prior to the formal declaration of the results.  This error does not affect the overall result of the election or any of the party positions, but electoral law does not allow the declared figure to be changed.

 

General Election 2019: as it happened – 

10.30pm:

10.45pm:

10.50pm:

12.15am:

1.05am:

1.15am:

1.25am:

3.10am: Karl Turner (Lab) elected MP for Hull East

3.15am: Diana Johnson (Lab) elected MP for Hull North

4.00am: Emma Hardy (Lab) elected MP for Hull West & Hessle

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