Oliver Mundell & Finlay Carson Both Hold Their Seats In Scotland Election 2021

Scottish conservatives Oliver Mundell and Finlay Carson have held their seats in the Scottish Election 2021

The Conservatives have held the Galloway and West Dumfries seat.

Finlay Carson won the seat with an increased majority of 2,635.

Both the Tories and the SNP, in second, increased their vote.

Labour were down on vote share by 6.7%.

Finlay Carson – 17,486

Emma Harper – 14,851

Archie Dryburgh – 2,932

Laura Moodie – 970

Iain McDonald – 948

The Scottish Conservatives’ Oliver Mundell has held the seat of Dumfriesshire.

He had an increased majority of 4,066 and his share of the vote rose by 10%.

The SNP’s Joan McAlpine came second after a 3.3% swing from her party to the Tories.

The turnout rose by nearly 6%.

Oliver Mundell – 19,487

Joan McAlpine – 15,421

Colin Smyth – 4,671

Richard Brodie – 1,314

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