Lib Dem internal elections results: results breakdown, with candidates ranked in order

by Stephen Tall on November 10, 2012

This morning saw the announcement by the Lib Dems of who had won election to its federal committees for the next two years. These are a pretty crucial 24 months, as they’ll take us to within six months of the next general election, during which time the policies that feature in the party’s manifesto will be largely determined. These are all the committees which will govern the party in the second half of the Coalition Government.

For reasons I don’t understand, the party doesn’t publish the breakdown of these internal election results. But thankfully Colin Rosenstiel, a Lib Dem councillor in Cambridge, lovingly curates an online list of all such results since the modern party was formed in 1988 here.

For ease of reference, here is the list of those elected to the three principal decision-making bodies, this time ranked in order of votes received under the party’s single transferable election system…

(Any accidental omissions or errors, do please let me know.)

Federal Executive (the party’s governing body)

ELECTED
1. Gerald Vernon-Jackson
2. David Rendel
3. Caron Lindsay
4. Jo Shaw
5. Gordon Lishman
6. James Gurling
7. Qassim Afzal
8. Sue Doughty
9. Jock Gallagher
10. Elaine Bagshaw
11. David Williams
12. Daisy Cooper
13. Martin Tod
14. Keith House
15. Ramesh Dewan

NOT ELECTED
16. David Hall-Matthews
17. Susan Juned
18. Lembit Opik
19. Chris White
20. Candy Piercy
21. John Smithson
22. Sean Davey
23. Antony Hook
24. Frank Hindle
25. Sarah Green
26. Adrian Smith
27. Bill le Breton
28. Robert Adamson
29. Prue Bray
30. Jonathan Davies
31. Erlend Watson
32. Joe Otten
33. Tom Stubbs
34. Neville Farmer
35. Kristin Castle
36. Peter Tyzack

Federal Policy Committee (responsible for the party’s manifestos)

ELECTED
1. Chris Rennard
2. Evan Harris
3. Duncan Brack
4. Lucy Care
5. Mark Pack
6. Julia Church (née Goldsworthy)
7. Sal Brinton
8. Tony Greaves
9. Dinti Batstone
10. Gareth Epps
11. Jim Wallace
12. Kelly-Marie Blundell
13. Phil Willis
14. Prateek Buch
15. Julie Smith

NOT ELECTED
16. Munira Wilson
17. Louise Bloom
18. Mike Tuffrey
19. Helen Flynn
20. Dave Goddard
21. Greg Judge
22. Jeremy Hargreaves
23. Qassim Afzal
24. Linda Jack
25. Mike German
26. Carl Minns
27. Charles West
28. Jonathan Marks
29. Jon Hunt (Birmingham)
30. David Boyle
31. Jo Hayes
32. Jill Shortland
33. Nick Thornsby
34. Antony Hook
35. Martin Tod
36. Sarah Harding
37. Gordon Lishman
38. Richard Flowers
39. Robert Adamson
40. Jenny Woods
41. Theo Butt Philip
42. David Grace
43. Jonathan Hunt (London)
44. Ewan Hoyle
45. Chris Carrigan
46. Alec Dauncey
47. Lee Dargue
48. Neville Farmer
49. Steve Coltman
50. Simon Pike
51. Janice Turner
52. Kristin Castle
53. Mark Thompson
54. Mark Platt
55. James Sandbach
56. Cecilia Phillips
57. Aladdin Ayesh
58. Tahir Maher
59. Kevin Sefton
60. Brian Mathew
61. Sue Vincent
62. Rabi Martins

Federal Conference Committee (responsible for the party’s federal conferences)

ELECTED
1. Sal Brinton
2. Evan Harris
3. Andrew Wiseman
4. Gareth Epps
5. Sandra Gidley
6. Kelly-Marie Blundell
7. Liz Lynne
8. Susan Gaszczak
9. David Rendel
10. Justine McGuinness
11. Chris Maines
12. Paul Tilsley

NOT ELECTED
13. Pauline Pearce
14. Shas Sheehan
15. Arnie Gibbons
16. Robert Adamson
17. Simon McGrath
18. Qassim Afzal
19. Zoe O’Connell
20. Charles West
21. Tom Wood
22. Jon Ball
23. David Grace
24. Linda Jack
25. Janice Turner
26. Paula Keaveney
27. George Potter
28. David Naghi
29. Jon Bamborough
30. Nigel Jones
31. Jonathan Hunt
32. Pash Nandhra
33. Richard Fagence
34. Paul Hienkens
35. Elliot Shubert

17 comments

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by Stephen Tall on November 10, 2012 at 1:36 pm. Reply #

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by Philip C James on November 10, 2012 at 1:39 pm. Reply #

@CRRosenstiel Many thx, Colin – have used (and credited) your list for the ranking of the election results here http://t.co/yLLqFsTK

by Stephen Tall on November 10, 2012 at 1:39 pm. Reply #

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by ladylaxton on November 10, 2012 at 1:44 pm. Reply #

no real change then.

by Berni Millam on November 10, 2012 at 2:00 pm. Reply #

You've missed Pauline Pearce off the FCC list?

by Sean Davey on November 10, 2012 at 2:15 pm. Reply #

Many thanks, Sean – corrected, with apologies to Pauline!

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by The Dragon Fairy on November 10, 2012 at 8:04 pm. Reply #

Thanks for providing this.

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