Kevin Hurley announced as new Surrey Police and Crime Commissioner

Kevin Hurley has been announced as the winner of the Surrey Police and Crime Commissioner election

Kevin Hurley has been announced as the winner of the Surrey Police and Crime Commissioner election

First published in News Surrey Comet: Photograph of the Author by , Chief Reporter

Kevin Hurley is the new Police and Crime Commissioner for Surrey.

The ex-policeman, who ran as an independent candidate in the election, beat Conservative Julie Iles in the second count of votes.

Mr Hurley received 52,793 votes in total - 34,378 in first preferences and 18,415 in second preferences.

Ms Iles achieved 45,068 votes in total - 34,391 in first preferences and 10,677 in second preferences.

What do you think of the result, and how and why the elections were held?  Email Hardeep Matharu on hmatharu@london.newsquest.co.uk or leave a comment below.
 

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