County Council election results - May 2017

On Thursday 4 May 2017, all 63 seats on the county council were up for re-election.

Conservative Independent Alliance

Following the county council election of 4 May 2017, no single political group had a majority (i.e. more than half) of the elected councillors. The Conservative group have been joined by two Independent councillors to form a Conservative Independent Alliance.

The successful candidates for The Labour Party and The Labour & Cooperative Party make up the Labour Group on the County Council.

Results by party
Party name Seats won %of votes
The Conservative Party Candidate 31 41%
Liberal Democrats 13 25%
Labour Party 11 17%
Independent 4 3%
Labour & Co-operative Party 3 4%
Henley Residents Group 1 <1%
Green Party 0 7%
UK Independence Party (UKIP) 0 <1%
Turnout:   39%
chart showing the result of the election
map showing which areas were won by which party in the 2017 election

View election results by Division

By-elections since May 2017

Since the May 2017 elections, there have been four by-elections in the following divisions:

  • Iffley Fields and St. Marys – 18 October 2018
  • Grove & Wantage – 15 November 2018
  • Wheatley – 29 November 2018
  • Wallingford – 28 November 2019

Full details of these elections

Details of the current political makeup of the council can be found at Your County Councillor