Elections for the position of Police and Crime Commissioner for Warwickshire were held on May 6, 2021.
Having achieved an outright majority of more than 50% of the votes cast, Philip Seccombe was declared the winner of the election at the first round stage, without the need to go to a second round.
The results were as follows:
|ADAM, Louis William McMaster||Liberal Democrats||26,660|
|LU, Henry||Reform UK||6,692|
|SECCOMBE, Philip Stanley||The Conservative Party Candidate||85,963|
|TWOMEY, Ben||Labour and Co-operative Party||45,768|
- Ballot papers issued: 170,182
- Spoilt ballot papers: 5,075
- Turnout: 38.45%
When are elections next scheduled?
Police and Crime Commissioners are normally elected every four years, however the coronavirus pandemic postponed the elections originally scheduled for May 202o to May 2021. As a consequence, all PCCs who are elected in 2021 will serve a three-year term of office.
Reducing the term to three years, for those elected in 2021, will not disturb the overall pattern of election cycles and will synchronise PCC elections with many other local polls. The next scheduled PCC elections will therefore take place in May 2024.