In Fife there is four UK parliamentary constituencies. We have provided a detailed breakdown of the votes for each parliamentary constituencies for the General Election 2015 for the Fife area.

Dunfermline & Fife West

SNP Douglas Chapman (50.27%)

50.27%
28,096 votes

Labour Thomas Docherty (31.75%)

31.75%
17,744 votes

Con James Reekie (11.85%)

11.85%
6,623 votes

LibDem Gillian Cole-Hamilton (3.99%)

3.99%
2,232 votes

Green Lewis Campbell (2.14%)

2.14%
1,195 votes


Kirkcaldy & Cowdenbeath

SNP Roger Mullin (52.23%)

52.23%
27,628 Votes

Lab-Co-op Kenny Selbie (33.38%)

33.38%
17,654 Votes

Con Dave Dempsey (9.87%)

9.8%
5,223 Votes

UKIP Jack Neill (2.34%)

2.34%
1,237 Votes

LibDem Callum Leslie (2.17%)

2.17%
1,150 Votes


Glenrothes

SNP Peter Grant (59.79%)

59.79%
28,459 votes

Lab-Co-op Melanie Ward (30.59%)

30.59%
14,562 votes

Con Alex Stewart-Clark (7.74%)

7.74%
3,685 votes

LibDem Jane Ann Liston (1.87%)

1.87%
892 votes


Fife North East

SNP Stephen Gethins (40.92%)

40.92%
18,523 votes

LibDem Tim Brett (31.33%)

31.33%
14,179 votes

Con Huw Bell (16.29%)

16.29%
7,373 votes

Labour Brian Thomson (7.68%)

7.68%
3,476 votes

Green Andy Collins (3.06%)

3.06%
1,387 votes

Ind Mike Scott-Hayward (0.72%)

0.72%
325 votes

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