Richard Tracey ElectedWritten by Wandsworth Conservatives Saturday, 05 May 2012 08:08
Richard Tracey has been re-elected as the London Assembly Member for Merton & Wandsworth.
Richard won 43% of the vote, 65,197 with turnout at 40%, slightly down on the London Mayoral Election in 2008.
On the announcement of the result, Richard pledged to keep working hard for Merton & Wandsworth and to keep delivering for local residents.
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