Ward Results

Ward ElectorateTotal BallotsTotal Valid VotesTotal Rejected
2636116311612

Candidate Breakdown

John McCusker wins for Independent.

CandidateVotes
John McCusker613
Lloyd Kenyon373
Richard Hobson113
Robert Forrester62

Overton Candidates

Robert Forrester

Independent

Firstly, may I begin by thanking Councillor Lord Kenyon for over 25 years of public service to this Ward. But… if we were to focus on recent events, it goes someway to explaining, as I trave...

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Richard Hobson

Independent

I’m Richard Hobson, your young and vibrant 30 year old local independent candidate for the Overton Ward in the Wrexham Council Elections on 4th May 2017. I have grown up in the area for over 20 ...

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Lloyd Kenyon

Welsh Conservative Party

I have represented the Overton Ward since 1991. I am a Conservative, but party politics does not feature prominently in Local Government, particularly in rural Wards. My oponents say that it is tim...

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John McCusker

Independent

My name is John McCusker and I am standing as an Independent candidate for Overton district in the Wrexham Council Elections in May. The Overton district within the Council covers Overton, Penley ...

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All Wards

Pant

4 candidate(s)

Pen-Y-Cae

2 candidate(s)