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London Assembly election, 2000

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London Assembly election, 2000

The first elections for members of the London Assembly were held on 4 May 2000, alongside the first mayoral election.

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The assembly elections used the Mixed member proportional representation, a form of Additional member system, with 14 directly elected constituencies and 11 London-wide top-up seats.

Top up (Additional Member System) results

Overall turnout: 32.6%

Overall total votes: 5,089,300

London Assembly Representation

  • Labour - 9
  • Conservative - 9
  • Liberal Democrat - 4
  • Green Party - 3
  • Party Leaders in 2000

  • Labour - Tony Blair
  • Conservative - William Hague
  • Liberal Democrat - Charles Kennedy
  • Green Party - Mike Woodin and Margaret Wright
  • References

    London Assembly election, 2000 Wikipedia


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