General Election 2019: here are the winning candidates for Northampton and Daventry

Find out who emerged victorious in your constituency following the 2019 General Election.

Thursday, 12th December 2019, 4:34 pm
Updated Friday, 13th December 2019, 6:29 am

The United Kingdom is waking up to a Conservative majority government.

Results up and down the country are still being counted though Boris Johnson is set to re-enter 10 Downing Street as the nation’s Prime Minister with a substantial majority in tow.

The latest candidates to represent Northampton’s constituencies have also been revealed.

Sign up to our daily newsletter

The i newsletter cut through the noise

The result of the 2019 General Election are slowly emerging (Getty Images)

Local results

Northampton North

Winning Candidate: Michael Ellis

Turnout: 59,265

Michael Ellis (Conservative): 21,031

Sally Keeble (Labour): 15,524

Katherine Pate (Green Party): 953

Martin Sawyer (Liberal Democrats): 2,031

Northampton South

Winning Candidate: Andrew Lewer

Turnout: 62,172

Gareth Eales (Labour): 16,217

Jill Hope (Liberal Democrats): 2,482

Andrew Lewer (Conservative): 20.914

Scott Mabbutt (Green Party): 1,222

Daventry

Winning Candidate:Chris Heaton-Harris

Turnout: 77,521

Chris Heaton-Harris (Conservative): 37,055

Paul Joyce (Labour): 10,975

Andrew Simpson (Liberal Democrats): 7,032

Clare Slater (Green Party): 2,341

Northamptonshire South

Still to declare