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Warwick district has two parliamentary constituencies: Warwick & Leamington and Kenilworth & Southam. Each is represented by one Member of Parliament (MP). 

2019 general election

A UK Parliamentary election was held of Thursday 12 December 2019.

Kenilworth & Southam results

Candidate name Party Votes
Richard Guy DICKSON Liberal Democrats 9,998
Alison Jane FIRTH Green Party 2,351
Nicholas Robert Blunderbuss GREEN The Official Monster Raving Loony Party 457
Antony James TUCKER Labour Party 9,440
Jeremy Paul WRIGHT The Conservative Party Candidate 30,351 (elected)
Ballot papers issued: 52,808
Spoilt ballot papers: 211
Electorate: 68,154
Turnout: 77%

Warwick & Leamington results

Candidate name Party Votes
Louis William McMaster ADAM Liberal Democrats 4,995
Xander BENNETT Social Democratic Party 67
Jonathan David CHILVERS Green Party 1,536
Bob DHILLON Independent 153
Tim GRIFFITHS Brexit Party 807
Jack Michael RANKIN The Conservative Party Candidate 22,929
Matt WESTERN Labour Party 23,718 (elected)
Ballot papers issued: 54,504
Spoilt ballot papers: 128
Electorate: 76,362
Turnout: 71%

Fixed term parliaments

The Fixed Term Parliament Act 2011 provides for five-year fixed term parliaments. The Act also includes provisions to allow the Prime Minister to alter the date by up to two months by Order. There are also two ways in which an election could be triggered before the end of the five-year term, these are: 

  1. if a motion of no confidence is passed and no alternative government is found, or 
  2. if a motion for an early general election is agreed either by at least two-thirds of the House or without division