Ward Results

Ward ElectorateTotal BallotsTotal Valid VotesTotal Rejected
17648328320

Candidate Breakdown

Paul Anthony Roberts wins for Welsh Conservative Party.

CandidateVotes
Paul Anthony Roberts322
John Ramm174
Alex Jones164
David Richard Jones90
Iolanda Banu Viegas82

Erddig Candidates

Iolanda Banu Viegas

Plaid Cymru

My name is Iolanda Banu Viegas and I am Plaid Cymru’s candidate for the Erddig ward. I’m from Mozambique originally and grew up in Portugal before moving to Wrexham 20 years ago to work. ...
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Alex Jones

Independent

I’m Alex and many will know me for running The Bank Wine Bar in our town centre for 12 years. I’m A husband and father. My children go to Victoria CP where I am a community governor. ...
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David Richard Jones

Welsh Liberal Democrats

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John Ramm

Welsh Labour

Wrexham has been my home town since my parents moved here from Wallasey in 1971. I’ve lived in Hightown with my wife Helene since we married in 1989. We have four daughters and two cats and we l...
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Paul Anthony Roberts

Welsh Conservative Party

Hi, I’m Paul and I am the current County Councillor for the Erddig ward. I have lived in Wrexham all my life and have worked in Finance for over thirty years as well as being a small local bus...
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