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Conservative candidate Andrew Robert Brown was elected to serve as councillor for Fulham's Town Ward in a by-election held on Thursday, July 12.

The by-election was due to the resignation of Councillor Stephen Greenhalgh in order to take up a role as London Deputy Mayor.

The results of the election, which had a turnout of 20.53% were as follows:

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Andrew Brown Conservative candidate in Fulham by-election

Following the election, Andrew tweeted that he was "delighted" to be elected and thanked everyone who voted for him and supported him.

He joins two other Conservative councillors in Town Ward, deputy leader Councillor Greg Smith and Oliver Craig.

Andrew who has lived in the borough for over ten years, currently lives in Hammersmith with his wife, Kimberley and baby daughter Annabelle.

Andrew also works a stone's throw from Town Ward in offices next to Putney Bridge tube station, where he is a consultant in the healthcare industry.

A graduate of Imperial College, Andrew said in his election manifestor that his main interests were healthcare, particularly maintaining all services at our local hospitals; and fighting crime, having been an active member of his local Neighbourhood Watch.

And he promised: " I will always put Town Ward first - and will get my voice heard at the top table in the Town Hall. I am committed to listening to local residents and being easily accessible."


July 15, 2012