The Conservative Party achieved the highest vote share across Northumberland in yesterday’s Police and Crime Commissioner election.
Robbie Moore, who was representing the party, received almost 2000 more votes than his nearest opponent, Labour’s Kim McGuinness. Moore polled 10503 votes and McGuinness received 8894 with Independent candidate Georgina Hill winning 7961. Jonathan Wallace of the Liberal Democrats came in fourth with 5807.
The election was called after the Labour PCC resigned to take up a national job.