NEC Election Results
A reliable source has told me that the results of the constituency section of the Labour Party NEC elections are that the following six got elected: Ellie Reeves, Ann Black, Christine Shawcroft, Pete Willsman, Peter Kenyon and Peter Wheeler. This maintains the previous 4-2 balance between Grassroots Alliance candidates and those supported by Labour First, but means that men called Peter now have 50% of the seats!
Labour First-supported Ellie Reeves topped the poll, displacing the GRA's Ann Black who has been the most popular candidate in most of the recent NEC elections.
Deborah Gardiner did extremely well on her first run at the NEC, coming 7th as best runner-up.
For Treasurer it appears challenger Mark MacDonald did very well in the constituency half of the electoral college but incumbent Jack Dromey took 99% of the affiliates' half of the vote.
10.15am update - full results now confirmed by the Labour Party:
National Executive Committee, Constituency section:
National Executive Committee, Local Government section:
Association of Labour Councillors, NEC Joint Local Government Committee:
Association of Labour Councillors, National Policy Forum:
12.15 update. Numbers are:
Ellie Reeves 21407 LF ( +7557 from 2006)
Ann Black 20203 GRA (+712)
Christine Shawcroft 19988 GRA (+2014)
Peter Willsman 17131 GRA (+1372)
Peter Kenyon 16464 GRA (new candidate)
Peter Wheeler 16395 LF (+2434)
Deborah Gardiner 15577 LF (new candidate)
Sonika Nirwal 14026 LF (new candidate)
Mohammed Azam 12895 GRA ( -540)
Azhar Ali 11523 LF (+1030)