UK Parliament General election
7 May 2015

The whole of the House of Commons must be re-elected at the end of the five-year fixed term parliament.

14 candidates contested 2 seats in 2 constituencies in Sutton.

    seats won votes % votes % seats votes per seat candidates votes per candidate
  Conservative Party 1 35,825 37% 50% 35,825 2 17,912
  Liberal Democrats 1 33,414 34% 50% 33,414 2 16,707
  Labour Party 0 12,696 13% 0% 2 6,348
  UK Independence Party (UKIP) 0 12,390 13% 0% 2 6,195
  Green Party 0 2,543 3% 0% 2 1,271
  National Health Action Party 0 345 0% 0% 1 345
  Christian Peoples Alliance Party 0 177 0% 0% 1 177
  Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition 0 79 0% 0% 1 79
  National Front 0 49 0% 0% 1 49
Electorate 139,209
Ballot papers issued 97,765
Turnout 70%

Candidates elected

Carshalton and Wallington Tom Brake
Sutton and Cheam Paul Scully