Dartford Labour Party would like to thank Dartford voters for their support during the recent Kent County Council and Police and Crime Commissioner elections.
Over 7,000 residents voted for Labour on May 6th across Dartford and our candidates greatly appreciate your support.
Throughout the Borough, Labour’s vote share increased by nearly 4%, in every division excluding one in which the vote share slightly fell.
In Dartford North East, Labour’s Kelly Grehan won a seat on Kent County Council back from the Conservatives by 109 votes.
Speaking after the result, as the new Labour Kent County Councillor for Dartford North East, Kelly Grehan said:
“I’m honoured that the voters of Dartford North East have chosen to put their faith in me and the Labour Party at this election. We ran a positive campaign, putting the community first and I’m delighted that voters responded to that at the ballot box. I can’t wait to get started bringing a positive change to our community and being a strong voice on the County Council for residents in Dartford North East.”
The full results of the Kent County Council elections can be accessed here: https://www.kent.gov.uk/about-the-council/how-the-council-works/kent-county-council-elections/election-results
The full results of the Kent Police and Crime Commissioner election can be accessed here: https://www.dartford.gov.uk/by-category/council-and-democracy2/councillors,-democracy-and-elections/police-and-crime-commissioner-election2