Ward Results

Ward ElectorateTotal BallotsTotal Valid VotesTotal Rejected
19218248177

Candidate Breakdown

Jerry Wellens wins for Welsh Labour.

CandidateVotes
Jerry Wellens304
Ricki McNeil293
Melys Elisabeth123
Jeanie Barton97

Minera Candidates

Jeanie Barton

Independent

Family background in Gresford, North Wales and Mid.Wales who were involved in Mining and Civil Engineering with the construction of most of the roads in North Wales from the late 19th Century until th...
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Melys Elisabeth

Plaid Cymru

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Ricki McNeil

Independent

My name is Ricki McNeil. I spent 10 years in the Royal Tank Regiment and have been a Prison Officer for 30 years. My family and I moved to Bwlchgwyn over 5 years ago, and was humbled by the welc...
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Jerry Wellens

Welsh Labour

My name is Jerry Wellens and I’m proud to introduce myself to you as the Welsh Labour candidate for the Minera Ward in the forthcoming Wrexham County Borough elections. I’m married with t...
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