About Andrew Pelling
Andrew John Pelling is a British politician. First elected as a Conservative he was an independent Member of Parliament for Croydon Central and on 30 March 2010 announced his intention to contest the seat as an Independent at the 2010 general election, but lost the seat to his former party. He was also a member of the London Assembly for Croydon and Sutton and a councillor in Croydon. Pelling later became a member of the Labour Party in February 2011; he was subsequently expelled from Labour in February 2022.Read more on Wikipedia
|2022||South Croydon: Croydon local election||Independent||158 votes (not elected)||2022||London Borough of Croydon: Mayor of Croydon||Independent||Vote count not available||2022||Waddon: Croydon local election||Independent||705 votes (not elected)||2018||Waddon: Croydon local election||Labour Party||2,103 votes (elected)||2010||Croydon Central: UK Parliament elections||Independent||3,239 votes (not elected)|
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