Ward Results

Ward ElectorateTotal BallotsTotal Valid VotesTotal Rejected
16955955933

Candidate Breakdown

Alun Jenkins wins for Welsh Liberal Democrats.

CandidateVotes
Alun Jenkins267
Phil Phillips164
Merril Wolfson54
Steven Vale43
Joanna Kinch40
Alan Butterworth25

Offa Candidates

Alan Butterworth

Green Party

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Alun Jenkins

Welsh Liberal Democrats

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Joanna Kinch

Independent

Hello, I'm Joanna Kinch.  If you want a local girl with the experience of working within both public and private organisations; with the energy to drive positive changes for your community, ...

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Phil Phillips

Plaid Cymru

My name is Phil Phillips and I am proud to be standing as the Plaid Cymru candidate for Offa ward. I have lived in Penybryn for over 35 years with my wife Karen and our children. I have spent most of ...

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Steven Vale

Independent

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Merril Wolfson

Welsh Conservative Party

Hello, My name is Merril Wolfson and I am standing on May 4th for election as the next councillor of Offa Ward. I attended the Wrexham Convent on Gerald Street before it closed in the 1970's ...

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