Cumbria Police and Crime Commissioner election 2021

Last Updated: 23 August 2021

Peter Joseph MCCALL has been elected as the new Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) for Cumbria.

Voters went to the Poll on 6 May, 2021, but the counts for the election took place on Monday, 10 May, 2021.

First round vote

First round vote result

Turnout: 27.62%  Total number of verified ballot papers: 107,824

Total number of valid first preference votes cast for each candidate (all districts)
Candidate Party Votes
BIRCHALL, Loraine Liberal Democrats 21,506
CANNON, Barbara Ann Labour and Co-operative Party 27,687
MCCALL, Peter Joseph Conservative Party Candidate 56,753

As Peter McCall received 53.57% of the vote, he was duly elected as Police and Crime Commissioner for the Cumbria area.

First round number of ballot papers rejected (all districts)

Number of ballot papers rejected at the first count and the reason the ballot papers were rejected
Reason the ballot paper was rejected

Number of ballot
papers rejected

Want of an official mark 0
Unmarked as to a first preference 613
Ballot papers were rejected because there was more than one first preference vote given 591
Ballot papers were rejected because there was something written or marked on the ballot paper by which the voter could be identified 5
Void for uncertainty as to the first preference vote 665
Total rejected ballot papers as the first count 1,874

South Lakeland voting analysis

First round vote result (South Lakeland)

Turnout: 38.08%  Total number of verified ballot papers: 31,618

Total number of valid first preference votes cast for each candidate (South Lakeland)
Candidate Party Votes
BIRCHALL, Loraine Liberal Democrats 13,854
CANNON, Barbara Ann Labour and Co-operative Party 4,062
MCCALL, Peter Joseph Conservative Party Candidate 13,123

First round number of ballot papers rejected (South Lakeland)

Reason the ballot paper was rejected Number of ballot papers rejected
Want of an official mark 0
Unmarked as to a first preference 73
Ballot papers were rejected because there was more than one first preference vote given 190
Ballot papers were rejected because there was something written or marked on the ballot paper by which the voter could be identified 2
Void for uncertainty as to the first preference vote 314
Total rejected ballot papers as the first count 579

Results from all districts: Allerdale Borough Council