Results | Candidates | Manifestos | Hustings | Dates | Polling Stations
The results to both Mitcham & Morden and the Wimbledon election results.
|Siobhain McDonagh||Labour Party||27964||61%||Elected|
|Toby Williams||Conservative Party||11482||25%|
|Luke Taylor||Liberal Democrats||3717||8%|
|Jeremy Maddocks||Brexit Party||1202||3%|
|Pippa Maslin||Green Party||1160||3%|
|Des Coke||Christian Peoples Alliance||216||0%|
|Number of ballot papers issued||45858|
|Number of ballot papers rejected||104|
Watch the Mitcham & Morden results
|Stephen Hammond||Conservative Party||20373||38%||Elected|
|Paul Kohler||Liberal Democrat||19745||37%|
|Jackie Schneider||Labour Party||12543||24%|
|Graham Wilson Hadley||Independent||366||1%|
|Number of ballot papers issued||53267|
|Number of ballot papers rejected||217|
Watch the Wimbledon results
General Election 2019 Candidates
Mitcham and Morden candidates choice in the General Election 2019 are:
Coke, Des – Christian Peoples Alliance https://cpaparty.net/ Leaflet
Maddocks, Jeremy – Brexit Party https://mitchamandmordenbrexitparty.org/ Leaflet
Maslin, Philippa – Green Party http://merton.greenparty.org.uk/ Leaflet
McDonagh, Siobhain – Labour Party http://www.siobhainmcdonagh.org.uk/ Leaflet
Taylor, Luke – Liberal Democrats Party https://www.luketaylor.org.uk/ Leaflet
Williams, Toby – Conservatives Party https://www.votetobywilliams.com/ Leaflet
Wimbledon candidates choice in the General Election 2019 are:
Hadley, Graham – Independent Leaflet
Hammond, Stephen – Conservatives Party https://www.stephenhammond.net/ Leaflet
Kohler, Paul – Liberal Democrats Party http://www.paulkohler.org/
Schneider, Jackie – Labour Party https://www.jackieschneider.org/
No longer standing
Campbell, Paul – Brexit Party – Now a candidate for Walthamstow after the party stood down in all Conservative constituencies.
Timpson, Sonja – Green Party – Stood down under the Unite to Remain pact in favour of the Liberal Democrats candidate.
We have gathered the party manifestos together so you can look at the policies that interest you. Find them here.
There were a total of four hustings event in Merton, two for each constituency. We broadcast from ALL of them.
Replay Merton TV Recordings
Merton College Mitcham & Morden Hustings 3 December 2019
XR Merton Wimbledon Hustings 4 December 2019
XR Merton Mitcham & Morden Hustings 9 December 2019
Wimbledon Churches Hustings 10 December 2019
To vote in the General Election 2019 on Thursday 12th December you need to be registered to vote.
Tuesday 3 December – Merton College Hustings (Mitcham & Morden)
Left to Right: Pippa Maslin (Green Party), Luke Taylor (Liberal Democrats), Toby Williams (Conservatives), Des Coke (Christian Peoples Alliance) and Jeremy Maddocks (Brexit Party). Absent without apologies: Siobhain McDonagh (Labour)
See Merton College Mitcham & Morden Hustings 3 December 2019 page for details.
Wednesday 4 December – Deadline for Proxy Vote applications
Deadline for applying for a new proxy vote (except for emergency proxies) at 5pm.
Wednesday 4 December – XR Merton Climate Hustings (Wimbledon)
Left to Right: Graham Hadley (Independent), Paul Kohler (Liberal Democrats), Jackie Schneider (Labour). Absent: Stephen Hammond (Conservative) represented by a bowl of melting ice.
See XR Merton Wimbledon Hustings 4 December 2019 page for details.
Monday 9th December – XR Merton Climate Hustings (Mitcham & Morden)
Left to Right: Natalie Shukla(Chair), Des Coke (Christian Peoples Alliance), Jeremy Maddocks (Brexit Party), Pippa Maslin (Green Party), Siobhain McDonagh (Labour Party), Luke Taylor (Liberal Democrats), Toby Williams (Conservative).
See XR Merton Mitcham & Morden Hustings 9 December 2019 page for details.
Tuesday 10th December – Wimbledon Churches Hustings (Wimbledon)
Left to Right: Paul Kohler (Liberal Democrats), David Williamson (Chair – Deputy Political Editor of the Sunday Express), Jackie Schneider (Labour), Stephen Hammond (Conservative).
See Wimbledon Churches Hustings 10 December 2019 page for details.
Thursday 12th December – Polling Day
Polling booths are open between 7am and 10pm.
Counting of votes begin when the polls close at Canons Leisure Centre, Madeira Road, Mitcham CR4 4HD with results not expected until around 3am.