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Emma Reynolds re-elected in Wolverhampton North East

Emma Reynolds is re-elected as MP for Wolverhampton North East with 46% of the vote at the 2015 general election.

Emma Reynolds the parliamentary candidate for Labour has been re-elected to represent Wolverhampton North East at the 2015 General Election.

Emma took 46% of the vote across the area with a clear majority of 5,495, an increase of over 3,000 from the 2010 election.

The Conservative candidate Darren Henry came in second place with 30% of the vote, and the UKIP candidate Star Etheridge was third with 19%.

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