General Election 2017

A Parliamentary General Election took place across Oldham on 8 June 2017. Oldham Council is responsible for the elections in the Oldham East and Saddleworth and Oldham West and Royton constituencies.

Candidates  

Oldham East and Saddleworth

Turnout: 65.31% 

  • ABRAHAMS Debbie (Labour Party): 25,629
  • ALI Kashif (The Conservative Party Candidate): 17,447
  • BOND Ian James (UK Independence Party (UKIP)): 2,278
  • SMITH Jonathan Paul (Liberal Democrats): 1,683 

Oldham West and Royton

Turnout: 63.38% 

  • GLENNY Christopher (The Conservative Party Candidate): 12,648
  • HARKNESS Garth (Liberal Democrats): 956
  • KEATING Ruth (UK Independence Party (UKIP)): 1,899
  • KING Adam (Green Party): 439
  • McMAHON Jim (Labour and Co-operative Party): 29,846

Royton North – election of District Councillor

Residents in the Royton North ward also voted to elect a District Councillor.

Candidates

Turnout: 65.56% 

  • FISH Alan Robert (The Conservative Party Candidate): 2,047
  • GOSLING Russ (Liberal Democrats): 294
  • PHYTHIAN Clint (Labour Party): 2,504
  • SHAW Lina (Green Party): 205