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  UK Conservative Party Leader - MP Vote
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OfficeParty Leader
Type Primary Election
Filing Deadline June 10, 2019 - 12:00pm Central
Polls Open June 13, 2019 - 07:00am Central
Polls Close June 20, 2019 - 07:00am Central
Term Start July 23, 2019 - 12:00pm
Term End December 31, 2030 - 12:00pm
# Winners2
Turnout 0.03% Registered 0.00% Total Population
Last ModifiedM@ July 19, 2019 11:49am
Data Sources
Description Nominations made by MPs. If there is one nominee, that candidate is elected leader. If there are two nominees, those nominees go to a vote by the general membership. If there are more than two nominees, an exhaustive ballot is conducted by the Parliamentary Party to select the two nominees put to the membership.
  PartyConservative Won12/12/2018
NameTheresa May Votes200 (63.09%)
Term12/12/2018 - 06/07/2019 Margin83 (+26.18%)
  PartyConservative Won07/22/2019
NameBoris Johnson Votes92,153 (66.15%)
Term07/23/2019 - 12/31/2030 Margin45,497 (+32.66%)
RaceUK Conservative Party Leader 07/22/2019
World Countries Map MAP
Leaning Graph
12/13/2018 06/20/2019
Boris Johnson --4 --1
Leaning Call: Boris Johnson (100.00%)
Weighted Call: Boris Johnson (100.00%)

CANDIDATES (2 Winners)
Name MP Boris Johnson Secretary of Foreign Affairs Jeremy Hunt Secretary Michael Gove Secretary Dominic Raab Home Secretary Sajid Javid Secretary of State for Health Matthew Hancock International Development Minister Rory Stewart
PartyConservative Conservative Conservative Conservative Conservative Conservative Conservative
Campaign Logo
Certified Votes162 (51.59%) 77 (24.52%) 75 (23.89%) 0 (0.00%) 0 (0.00%) 0 (0.00%) 0 (0.00%)
Margin0 (0.00%) -85 (-27.07%) -87 (-27.71%) -162 (-51.59%) -162 (-51.59%) -162 (-51.59%) -162 (-51.59%)
Predict Avg.0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00%
Ballot Round 3 157 (50.48%) 59 (18.97%) 61 (19.61%) 0 (0.00%) 34 (10.93%) 0 (0.00%) 0 (0.00%)  
Ballot Round 2 143 (45.69%) 54 (17.25%) 51 (16.29%) 0 (0.00%) 38 (12.14%) 0 (0.00%) 27 (8.63%)  
Ballot Round 1 126 (40.26%) 46 (14.70%) 41 (13.10%) 30 (9.59%) 33 (10.54%) 0 (0.00%) 37 (11.82%)  
Ballot Round 0 114 (36.42%) 43 (13.74%) 37 (11.82%) 27 (8.63%) 23 (7.35%) 20 (6.39%) 19 (6.07%)  
Cash On Hand $-- $-- $-- $-- $-- $-- $--
Website [Website] [Website] [Website]
Entry Date 05/16/2019 05/24/2019 05/26/2019 05/25/2019 05/27/2019 05/25/2019 05/02/2019
MATCHUP POLLS (0 from 0 pollsters)
LAB Tim Stanley [L]
CON Daniel Kawczynski [L]
CON Greg Knight [L]
CON Kwasi Kwarteng [L]
CON Mark Lancaster [L]
CON Andrea Leadsom [L]
CON Andrew Lewer [L]
CON Julian Lewis [L]
CON Ian Liddell-Grainger [L]
CON Jack Lopresti [L]
CON Craig MacKinlay [L]
CON Anne Main [L]
CON Kit Malthouse [L]
CON Scott Mann [L]
CON Paul Maynard [L]
CON Anne-Marie Morris [L]
CON Stephen McPartland [L]
CON Esther McVey [L]
CON Amanda Milling [L]
CON Nigel Mills [L]
CON Andrew Mitchell [L]
CON Damien Moore [L]
CON Sheryll Murray [L]
CON Andrew Murrison [L]
CON Matthew Offord [L]
CON Priti Patel [L]
CON Owen Paterson [L]
CON Mike Penning [L]
CON Andrew Percy [L]
CON Chris Philp [L]
CON Christopher Pincher [L]
CON Rebecca Pow [L]
CON Mark Pritchard [L]
CON Tom Pursglove [L]
CON Dominic Raab [L]
CON John Redwood [L]
CON Laurence Robertson [L]
CON Andrew Rosindell [L]
CON Douglas Ross [L]
CON Lee Rowley [L]
CON Grant Shapps [L]
CON Alok Sharma [L]
CON Chloe Smith [L]
CON Bob Seely [L]
CON Chris Skidmore [L]
CON Henry Smith [L]
CON Andrew Stephenson [L]
CON Bob Stewart [L]
CON Graham Stuart [L]
CON Julian Sturdy [L]
CON Rishi Sunak [L]
CON Hugo Swire [L]
CON Robert Syms [L]
CON Ross Thomson [L]
CON Kelly Tolhurst [L]
CON Michael Tomlinson [L]
CON Justin Tomlinson [L]
CON Craig Tracey [L]
CON David Tredinnick [L]
CON Anne-Marie Trevelyan [L]
CON Elizabeth "Liz" Truss [L]
CON Shailesh Vara [L]
CON Martin Vickers [L]
CON Theresa Villiers [L]
CON Ben Wallace [L]
CON David Warburton [L]
CON Matt Warman [L]
CON Heather Wheeler [L]
CON John Whittingdale [L]
CON Bill Wiggin [L]
CON Mike Wood [L]
CON Nadhim Zahawi [L]
CON Leo Docherty [L]
CON Nadine Dorries [L]
CON Oliver Dowden [L]
CON Richard Drax [L]
CON James Duddridge [L]
CON Iain Duncan Smith [L]
CON Michael Ellis [L]
I Charles Elphicke [L]
CON Nigel Evans [L]
CON David Evennett [L]
CON Michael Fallon [L]
CON Kevin Foster [L]
CON Mark Francois [L]
CON Lucy Frazer [L]
CON Marcus Fysh [L]
CON Zac Goldsmith [L]
CON Helen Grant [L]
CON Chris Grayling [L]
CON Chris Green [L]
CON Damian Green [L]
CON Andrew Griffiths [L]
CON Matthew Hancock [L]
CON Simon Hart [L]
CON James Heappey [L]
CON Chris Heaton-Harris [L]
CON Adam Holloway [L]
CON Eddie Hughes [L]
CON Ranil Jayawardena [L]
CON Bernard Jenkin [L]
CON Andrea Jenkyns [L]
CON Robert Jenrick [L]
CON Jo Johnson [L]
CON Gareth Johnson [L]
CON Caroline Johnson [L]
CON David I. Jones [L]
CON Nigel Adams [L]
CON Bim Afolami [L]
CON Stuart Andrew [L]
CON Steven Baker [L]
CON Steve Barclay [L]
CON Paul Beresford [L]
CON Crispin Blunt [L]
CON Peter Bone [L]
CON Andrew Bowie [L]
CON Ben Bradley [L]
CON Suella Braverman [L]
CON Andrew Bridgen [L]
CON James Brokenshire [L]
CON Robert Buckland [L]
CON Alun Cairns [L]
CON Bill Cash [L]
CON Rehman Chishti [L]
CON Colin Clark [L]
CON James S. Cleverly [L]
CON Thérèse Coffey [L]
CON Damian Collins [L]
CON Geoffrey Cox [L]
CON Tracey Crouch [L]
CON David T. C. Davies [L]
CON Mims Davies [L]
CON Philip Davies [L]
CON David Davis [L]
CON Darren Millar [L]
CON Andrew RT Davies [L]
CON David Campbell Bannerman [L]
CON Stewart Jackson [L]
CON Karl McCartney [L]
CON James Wharton [L]
R Donald Trump [L]
LAB Alan Sugar [L]
NZFP Winston Peters [L]
WEP Nimco Ali [L]
CON Jacob Rees-Mogg
CON Desmond Swayne [L]
CON Gavin Williamson [L]
CON Johnny Mercer [L]
CON Conor Burns [L]
CON Jake Berry [L]
CON Simon Clarke [L]
Name Leader of the House of Commons Andrea Leadsom MP Mark Harper Secretary of State for Work and Pensions Esther McVey  
PartyConservative Conservative Conservative  
Campaign Logo  
Certified Votes0 (0.00%) 0 (0.00%) 0 (0.00%)  
Margin-162 (-51.59%) -162 (-51.59%) -162 (-51.59%)  
Predict Avg.0.00% 0.00% 0.00%  
Ballot Round 3 0 (0.00%) 0 (0.00%) 0 (0.00%)  
Ballot Round 2 0 (0.00%) 0 (0.00%) 0 (0.00%)  
Ballot Round 1 0 (0.00%) 0 (0.00%) 0 (0.00%)  
Ballot Round 0 11 (3.51%) 10 (3.20%) 9 (2.88%)  
Cash On Hand $-- $-- $--  
Website [Website]  
Entry Date 05/25/2019 05/30/2019 05/09/2019  
MATCHUP POLLS (0 from 0 pollsters)

Sam Gyimah (CON)
Jun 02, 2019 - Jun 10, 2019
Penny Mordaunt (CON)
Jun 10, 2019
Steven Baker (CON)
Jun 08, 2019
Priti Patel (CON)
Jun 08, 2019
Jesse Norman (CON)
Jun 06, 2019
James S. Cleverly (CON)
May 28, 2019 - Jun 04, 2019
Liam Fox (CON)
Jun 04, 2019
Kit Malthouse (CON)
May 27, 2019 - Jun 04, 2019
Nicholas Soames (CON)
May 28, 2019
Bim Afolami (CON)
May 25, 2019
Justine Greening (CON)
May 25, 2019
Elizabeth "Liz" Truss (CON)
May 25, 2019
Victoria Atkins (CON)
May 24, 2019
Amber Rudd (CON)
May 24, 2019
Johnny Mercer (CON)
May 23, 2019
Gavin Williamson (CON)
May 23, 2019
George Freeman (CON)
May 17, 2019
David Davis (CON)
May 04, 2019
Brandon Lewis (CON)
May 00, 2019
Iain Duncan Smith (CON)
May 00, 2019
Steve Barclay (CON)
 00, 2019
Graham Brady (CON)
 00, 2019
Geoffrey Cox (CON)
 00, 2019
Alan Duncan (CON)
 00, 2019
Tobias Ellwood (CON)
 00, 2019
Philip Hammond (CON)
 00, 2019
Damian Hinds (CON)
 00, 2019
Nicky Morgan (CON)
 00, 2019
David Lidington (CON)
Dec 03, 2018
Tom Tugendhat (CON)
Oct 04, 2018
Jacob Rees-Mogg (CON)
Jul 18, 2017
Ruth Davidson (CON)
 00, 2017

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