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General Election 2017

Constituency: Lagan Valley


Electorate Seats Total Poll Turnout Valid Poll Spoiled Votes
72,380 1 45,044 62.23% 44,926 118

Vote Distribution

Count 1

Count Results

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Jeffrey Donaldson Jeffrey Donaldson * DUP 26762
Robbie Butler Robbie Butler UUP 7533
Aaron McIntyre Aaron McIntyre AP 4996
Pat Catney Pat Catney SDLP 3384
Jacqui Russell Jacqui Russell SF 1567
Ian Nickels Ian Nickels CON 462
Jonny Orr Jonny Orr IND 222
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Jeffrey Donaldson Jeffrey Donaldson * DUP 26762
Robbie Butler Robbie Butler UUP 7533
Aaron McIntyre Aaron McIntyre AP 4996
Pat Catney Pat Catney SDLP 3384
Jacqui Russell Jacqui Russell SF 1567
Ian Nickels Ian Nickels CON 462
Jonny Orr Jonny Orr IND 222

On the Ballot

Robbie Butler

Robbie Butler

Ulster Unionist Party

Robbie Butler was first elected to the Northern Ireland Assembly in 2016 to represent the constituency of Lagan Valley. He was re-elected in March 2017. Before entering politics, the MLA had served as a Fire and Rescue Officer with the Northern Ireland Fire Service. He is the Party spokesperson on mental health.

Pat Catney

Pat Catney

Social Democratic and Labour Party

Pat Catney was elected to the Northern Ireland Assembly in March 2017 to represent Lagan Valley. He was previously elected to Lisburn City Council in 2011. Before entering politics, Mr Catney was a well-known publican at the Kitchen Bar in Belfast. He has also helped run St Patrick’s Parochial Centre in Lisburn.

Jeffrey Donaldson

Jeffrey Donaldson (Outgoing)

Democratic Unionist Party

Jeffrey Donaldson was first elected as the MP for Lagan Valley in 1997 and he has been re-elected at every subsequent election. In 2003 he was elected to the Northern Ireland Assembly and represented Lagan Valley at Stormont until he stepped down in 2010. Whilst an MLA Mr Donaldson served as Chairman of the Assembly & Executive Review Committee and subsequently as a Junior Minister in the Office of First Minister and Deputy First Minister with special responsibility for issues including children and young people, policy on older people and support for the victims of terrorism. He is the DUP Parliamentary Chief Whip and the spokesman on defence and business in the House of Commons.

Aaron McIntyre

Aaron McIntyre

Alliance Party

Aaron McIntyre was elected to Lisburn and Castlereagh Council in 2014, representing the Downshire East DEA. He currently sits on the boards of the Northern Ireland Museums Council and Lagan Navigation Trust. Passionate about the environment, he has been involved in the 'No Creevy Quarry' campaign.

Ian Nickels

Ian Nickels

Conservatives

Ian Nickels was born and grew up in Essex, England. In 2012 he moved to Northern Ireland and currently lives in Lisburn with his wife Sandra, a primary school teacher. He is an Accounts Assistant in a Global firm based in Lisburn, and was previously at a Global Law Firm based in Belfast.

Jonny Orr

Jonny Orr

Independent

Lisburn man Jonny Orr has previously run as an independent candidate in the council, Westminster and Assembly elections. He says he has a vision for the city and sees it as “alive and full of colour”. He previously called for the Maze Prison site to be turned into a theme park.

Jacqui Russell

Jacqui Russell

Sinn Fein


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