Bad news for the residents of Burgess Hill and Mid Sussex as the Conservative party won all 54 seats on Mid Sussex District Council.
The 54 councillor shut-out means that there will be no scrutiny of the council's actions, no debates and they'll not have to face a grilling from opposing councillors.
If you have an issue with the district council and their decisions, you'll not have any councillors to speak up on your behalf.
Last term, the Lib Dems held three of the seats on behalf of Burgess Hill, they've now been wiped out.
The 12 Burgess Hill seats on the Distict Council were won by the Tories with 48.75% of the vote, meaning that the majority of voters did not want them in.
Of the six Burgess Hill Wards, only Dunstall and Leylands had more Conservative voters than non-Tory voters.
The Full Result Of The District Council Seats Contested In Burgess Hill:
4316 - Total Votes
2390 - Tory Votes
1926 - Non Tory Votes
Vote Share:Tories 55%, Non Tory 45%
4528 - Total Votes
1789 - Tory Votes
2739 - Non Tory Votes
Tories 40% Non Tory 60%
4460 - Total Votes
1996 - Tory Votes
2464 - Non Tory Votes
Vote Share: Tories 45% Non Tory 55%
4586 - Total Votes
2176 - Tory Votes
2410 - Non Tory Votes
Vote Share: Tories 47% Non Tory 53%
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