Royal Navy veteran, Darren Winter, has been elected as the Labour Councillor for St Budeaux ward.
Cllr Darren Winter said:
I want to thank all the voters in St Budeaux for putting their faith in me. St Budeaux is an area with a proud history and I will work to represent you to the best of my abilities over the next four years. That means standing up for people and using my role as a councillor to give volume to their concerns. I have already spoken out about Tory cuts to the Police in St Budeaux and called on our local Tory MP to stop ignoring constituents. I won't shy away from tackling the difficult issues. People in St Budeaux elected me to stand up for them and that is what I intend to do. Thank you for your support. Please get in touch with me if I can help.
St Budeaux - turnout 24.47 per cent
|Stan Beal||The Green Party||81|
|Dan Bothwick||The Conservative Party Candidate||598|
|Adam Lloyd Duffield||Plymouth Independents||115|
|Stephen David Luscombe||Liberal Democrat||102|
|Aaron Bradley Smith||Trade Unionists and Socialists Against Cuts||28|
|Margaret Louise Storer||UK Independence Party (UKIP)||659|
|Darren Mark Winter||Labour Party Candidate||1,186||Yes|
You can read the full results from the election on the Herald's website here.