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ELECTION 2021: North East Scotland region MSPs elected


By Kyle Ritchie

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The MSPs that have been elected through the North East Scotland Regional list have been declared.

Four are from the Scottish Conservatives – Liam Kerr, Douglas Lumsden, Maurice Golden and Tess White.

Scottish Labour has two MSPs in Michael Marra and Mercedes Villalba.

Maggie Chapman from the Scottish Greens party will also represent the area.

Five of the seven North East Scotland region MSPs that have been elected (from left) are Liam Kerr, Tess White, Maggie Chapman, Mercedes Villalba and Douglas Lumsden.
Five of the seven North East Scotland region MSPs that have been elected (from left) are Liam Kerr, Tess White, Maggie Chapman, Mercedes Villalba and Douglas Lumsden.

The results were:

Abolish the Scottish Parliament - 1218 votes (0.34 per cent)

Alba Party - 8269 votes (2.29 per cent)

All for Unity - 2591 votes (0.72 per cent)

Freedom Alliance – Integrity, Society, Economy - 1011 votes (0.28 per cent)

Independent Green Voice - 2019 votes (0.56 per cent)

Reform UK - 1056 votes (0.29 per cent)

Renew - 95 votes (0.03 per cent)

Restore Scotland - 712 votes (0.20 per cent)

Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party - 110,555 votes (30.59 per cent)

Scottish Family Party - 2311 votes (0.64 per cent)

Scottish Green Party - 22,735 votes (6.29 per cent)

Scottish Labour Party - 41,062 votes (11.36 per cent)

Scottish Liberal Democrats - 18,051 votes (5 per cent)

Scottish Libertarian Party - 653 votes (0.18 per cent)

Scottish National Party (SNP) - 147,910 votes (40.93 per cent)

UK Independence Party (UKIP) - 599 votes (0.17 per cent)

Geoffrey Alexander Farquharson (Independent) - 156 votes (0.04 per cent)

Laura Marshall (Independent) - 354 votes (0.10 per cent)

Electorate - 589,705

Total votes cast - 362,104

Turnout - 61.40 per cent


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