Election result archive
Recent and ongoing local election results are published on our 'Vacancies and by-elections 2017' webpage.
All other archive election results from 2009 onwards are listed here.
Town council elections
Parish council elections
UK referendum elections 2011
In 2011, voters were asked to consider the following question:
"At present, the UK uses the "first past the post" system to elect MPs to the House of Commons. Should the "alternative vote" system be used instead?"
The vote was as follows:
- Shropshire: YES = 28.37% (27,221 votes) and NO = 71.63% (68,732 votes).
- West Midlands Region: YES = 28.52% (461,847) and NO = 71.48% (1,157,772)
- UK Result: YES = 32.10% (6,152,607 votes) and NO = 67.90% (13,013,123 votes)
As more people voted NO than YES, the "alternative vote" system was NOT adopted, and voters would still use the "first past the post" system to elect MPs.
Police and crime commissioner election 2012
Date of election - Thursday 15 November 2012.
The full details of the first count were as follows:
- Blackshaw, Adrian James Michael (The Conservative Party Candidate) = 49,298 votes
- Longmore, Bill (Independent) = 50,900 votes
- Murphy, Simon (Labour Party Candidate) = 34,652 votes
The votes for Simon Murphy were then re-distributed amongst the two remaining candidates to give the result for the second vote, which was as follows:
- Blackshaw, Adrian James Michael (The Conservative Party Candidate) = 5,201 votes
- Longmore, Bill (Independent) = 21,055 votes
The results of the first preference and second preference votes were added together to provide the final election results, which were as follows:
- Blackshaw, Adrian James Michael (The Conservative Party Candidate) = 54,499 votes
- Longmore, Bill ((Independent) = 71,955 votes
Police and crime commissioner election 2016
|Candidate name||Political party||First preferences||Second preferences||Total|
On 23 June 2016, UK voters were asked:
Should the United Kingdom remain a member of the European Union or leave the European Union? The vote in Shropshire was as follows:
56.9% (104,166 votes) leave
77.42% turnout (183,324 of 236,788 eligible voters)
170 rejected votes
Shifnal neighbourhood plan referendum
In answer to the question:
"Do you want Shropshire Council to use the neighbourhood plan for Shifnal to help it decide planning applications in the neighbourhood area?", the vote was as follows:
|Number of votes||1660|
|Number in favour of a YES||1545|
|Number in favour of a NO||112|
Three ballot papers rejected as 'unmarked or void for uncertainty'.