Ben Adams elected as Staffordshire PCC
Ben Adams the Conservative party candidate for Police, fire and crime commissioner has been elected as the new police and crime commissioner taking over the role from Conservative Matthew Ellis who stood down after taking on the role since it was created in 2012.
Following the election on May 6th, which was delayed one year due to coronavirus Ben Adams will take the roll as Staffordshire’s PCC
Ben Adams (Conservative) 136,024 votes
Tony Kearon (Labour) 67,050 votes
Deneice Florence-Jukes (independent) 19,102 votes
Richard Whelan (Liberal Democrat) 10,619 votes
Micheal Riley (Reform UK) 5,504