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UK Parliamentary general election

Windsor constituency

This election was held on Thursday 4 July 2024.

There are 650 constituencies in the UK, and each elects one Member of Parliament (MP). Learn more about MPs on the UK Parliament website.

A new set of constituency boundaries will be used for the 2024 UK general election. This means that your constituency may have changed. Learn more about the 2024 boundary changes.

7 candidates stood in the Windsor constituency.

Electorate 73,334
Turnout 62%

Wikipedia

Windsor (/ˈwɪnzə/) is a constituency in Berkshire, currently represented by Jack Rankin of the Conservative Party. It was re-created for the 1997 general election after it was abolished following the 1970 general election and replaced by the Windsor and Maidenhead constituency.

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