Derbyshire PCC: Labour's Nicolle Ndiweni gets elected

Nicolle Ndiweni
Nicolle Ndiweni beat incumbent Angelique Foster by nearly 30,000 votes [BBC]

Nicolle Ndiweni has been elected as police and crime commissioner (PCC) for Derbyshire.

The Labour candidate earned 93,260 votes, nearly 30,000 more than the incumbent, Angelique Foster of the Conservatives, who received 65,293.

Reform's Russell Armstrong came in third place with 32,944 votes, with Liberal Democrat David Hancock receiving 22,540.

A total of 803,297 voted in the election, with a turnout of 26.6%.

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