Dagenham by-election, 1994


Dagenham by-election, 1994

The Dagenham by-election, in Dagenham, on 9 June 1994 was held after Labour Member of Parliament (MP) Bryan Gould resigned the seat. A safe Labour seat, it was won by Judith Church, who would go on to retain the seat in 1997.

Candidates

Results

Dagenham by-election, 1994
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Judith Church 15,474 72.0 +19.74
Conservative James Fairrie 2,130 9.91 -26.38
Liberal Democrat Peter Dunphy 1,804 8.39 -3.06
BNP John Tyndall 1,511 7.03 N/A
UKIP Peter Compobassi 457 2.13 N/A
Natural Law Mark Leighton 116 0.54 N/A
Turnout 21,492
Labour hold Swing

The results for the previous election were:

1992 General Election:Dagenham
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Bryan Gould 22,027 52.26 +7.82
Conservative D Rossiter 15,294 36.29 -2.2
Liberal Democrat CNH Marquand 4,824 11.45 -5.62
Majority 6,733 15.98 +10.03
Turnout 42,145 70.66 +3.37
Labour hold Swing

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