Labour has triumphed over the Conservatives in Bolton with a resounding win in all three key seats.
Labour's Yasmin Qureshi beat her closest rival Andrew Philip Morgan of the Conservatives by over 8,000 votes to win Bolton South East.
Bolton North East also saw a similar win, with Labour's David Anthony Crausby beating Deborah Jayne Dunleavy of the Conservatives by over 4,000 votes.
Julie Ann Hilling of Labour won Bolton West with a much narrower margin of just 92 votes over second place Susan Williams of the Conservatives.
A total of 47,746 votes were cast across Bolton yesterday, indicating a total turnout of around 66.98%, a significant increase on those who voted in the last election in 2005.
Full details of the election results in all three Bolton seats can be found at the Bolton Council website.
4th July 2012