It’s been just over a week since the general election and the dust is beginning to settle. Cardiff North had the highest turnout in Wales with 76.1%. The BBC has lots of information about the result.
|Plaid Cymru||Elin Walker Jones||2,301||4.5|
|Liberal Democrat||Elizabeth Clark||1,953||3.8|
|Green Party||Ruth Osner||1,254||2.5|
|Christian Party||Jeff Green||331||0.6|
|Alter Change||Shaun Jenkins||78||0.2|
— Craig Williams MP (@Craig4CardiffN) May 8, 2015
Cardiff North Decides put together the story of election night.
— Cardiff N Decides (@CardiffNDecides) May 8, 2015
Mari Williams thanked her team for their hard work.
— Mari Williams (@Mari_Williams) May 7, 2015
Absolutely gutted. Thank you to everyone who supported me, voted for me & worked their socks off – We fight on for fairness #Labour
— Mari Williams (@Mari_Williams) May 8, 2015
The other candidates posted reactions to the result.
— Ethan R Wilkinson (@ethanrwilkinson) May 8, 2015
— Elin Walker Jones (@elinmwj) May 8, 2015
— Ruth Osner (@ruthosner) May 7, 2015
Campaign has been great fun but result is v.disappointing and its clear that Alter Change does not have a mandate to progress any further.
— Shaun Jenkins (@ShaunMJenkins) May 8, 2015
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