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Election results

If you are looking for the results of the Cumberland Council election held on 5 May 2022, they can be found on the Shadow Authority for Cumberland Council website.

Links to other relevant election and referendum results:

General election results

There are three constituencies which cross into the Allerdale area. Most of the area falls in the Workington constituency. Parts of Keswick and surrounding area is in the Keswick area. And parts of the north and east of the borough fall under the Penrith and the Border constituency. 

Click on the link to find the latest results in each constituency:

Election results for Allerdale Borough Council

The charts below show the situation at the most recent local borough elections. Subsequent by-elections can change this. Therefore see the political makeup of the Council page to see the current situation.

See a full breakdown of the results of the borough council election held on 2 May 2019

There is also a full breakdown of the 2015 results by ward.

Borough election in 2019
Conservative Party15
Labour Party14
Putting Cumbria First1

Note: after the Boundary Commission review, the number of seats dropped from 56 to 49.

Borough election in 2015
Conservative Party17
Labour Party28
UK Independence Party (UKIP)3
Borough election in 2011
Conservative Party12
Labour Party28
Borough election in 2007
Conservative Party19
Labour Party21
Liberal Democrat Party4
Borough election in 2003
Conservative Party16
Labour Party27
Liberal Democrat4
Find out the results from 1973 to 2007
Borough council election results 2015
Borough council election results 2015 - uncontested

Parish Council Results

Click on the links below to find out the results of the recent parish council election results:

2011 - Parish Council election results
2011 - Town Council election results
2015 - Parish Council election results
2015 - Town and Parish elections - uncontested elections (parishes)
2015 - Town and Parish elections - uncontested elections (Parish Wards)
Parish and town council election results from 2019
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