Results of the police and crime commissioner by-election held on Thursday 30 October 2014
The results of the election for the South Yorkshire Police Area are as follows:-
|Allen, David||English Democrats – 'Putting England First'||8,583 (5.8%)|
|Billings, Alan||Labour||74,060 (50.02%)|
|Clarkson, Jack||UK Independence Party (UKIP)||46,883 (31.66%)|
|Walker, Ian||Conservative||18,536 (12.52%)|
Total number of valid first preference votes: 148,062
Number of ballot papers rejected at first count: 2,299
The turnout in the South Yorkshire Police area at this election was 14.88%.
Alan Billings, the Labour Party candidate, was elected as the police and crime commissioner for South Yorkshire.
The statements of count totals and of rejected ballot papers at the first count for each of the four voting areas are listed below as follows (PDF format):-