This is how you voted in each Leeds constituency in the General Election 2019

Labour bucked the national trend by retaining all of their held seats in Leeds in the General Election.

Friday, 13th December 2019, 5:23 am
Updated Friday, 13th December 2019, 6:40 am

Here is how you voted in FULL in the order it was announced at the First Direct Arena:

Leeds East - Labour hold

Labour - Richard Burgon: 19,464

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This is how Leeds voted in the General Election 2019. Photo by Steve Riding.

Conservative - Jill Mortimer: 13,933

Brexit Party - Sarah Wass: 2,981

Liberal Democrats - David Dresser: 1,796

Green - Shahab Adris: 878

​Leeds Central - Labour hold

Labour - Hilary Benn - 30,413

Conservative - Peter Fortune - 11,143

Brexit Party - Paul Thomas - 2,999

Liberal Democrats - Jack Holland - 2,343

Green - Ed Carlisle - 2,105

SDP - William Clouston - 281

Leeds West - Labour hold

Labour - Rachel Reeves: 22,186

Conservative - Mark Dormer: 11,622

Brexit Party - Philip Mars: 2,685

Liberal Democrats - Dan Walker: 1,787

Green - Victoria Smith: 1,274

Yorkshire Party - Ian Cowling: 650

Alliance for Green Socialism - Mike Davies: 31

Leeds North West - Labour hold

Labour - Alex Sobel: 23,971

Conservative - Stewart Harper: 13, 222

Liberal Democrat - Kamran Hussain: 9,397

Green Party - Martin Hemingway: 1,389

Brexit Party - Graeme Alan Webber: 1,304

Leeds North East - Labour hold

Labour - Fabian Hamilton: 29,024

Conservative - Amjad Bashir: 11,985

Liberal Democrats - Jon Hannah: 5,665

Green - Rachel Hartshorne: 1,931

Brexit Party - Inaya Iman: 1,769

Alliance for Green Socialism: Celia Foote: 176

Elmet and Rothwell - Conservative hold

Conservative - Alec Shelbrooke: 33,726

Labour - David Nagle: 16,373

Liberal Democrats - Stewart Golton (Liberal Democrats) - 5,155

Green Party - Penny Stables: 1,775

Yorkshire Party - Matthew Clover: 1,196

Morley & Outwood - Conservative hold

Conservative - Andrea Jenkyns: 29, 425

Labour - Deanne Ferguson: 18,157

Liberal Democrats - Craig Dobson: 2,285

Green Party - Chris Bell: 1,107

Yorkshire Party - Dan Woodlock - 957

Pudsey - Conservative hold

Conservative - Stuart Andrew: 26,454

Labour - Jane Aitchison: 22,936

Liberal Democrats - Ian Dowling: 3,088

Green - Quinn Daley: 894

Yorkshire Party - Bob Buxton: 844