More than 35 per cent of the electorate voted in the 2016 Hastings council election yesterday (Thursday, May 5).
A total of 21,692 votes were cast out of a possible 60,719, equalling 35.7 per cent.
St Helens had the highest turnout of all the wards with 47.2 per cent of the electorate voting.
Hollington and Tressell wards had the joint-lowest turnouts with 27.3 per cent.
Here is a full list: Ashdown: 31.2 per cent
Baird: 34.6 per cent
Braybrooke: 40.7 per cent
Castle: 40.4 per cent
Central St Leonards: 34.8 per cent
Conquest: 37.4 per cent
Gensing: 32.7 per cent
Hollington: 27.3 per cent
Maze Hill: 36 per cent
Old Hastings: 40.9 per cent
Ore: 34.7 per cent
Silverhill: 39.3 per cent
St Helens: 47.2 per cent
Tressell: 27.3 per cent
West St Leonards: 33.4 per cent
Wishing Tree: 33.5 per cent
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