2008 London mayoral election

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London mayoral election, 2008

← 2004 1 May 2008 2012 →
Turnout45.3%
  Boris johnson (cropped).jpg Ken Livingstone 2008.png BrianPaddick-20080112.jpg
Candidate Boris Johnson Ken Livingstone Brian Paddick
Party Conservative Labour Liberal Democrat
1st Round vote 1,043,761 893,887 235,585
Percentage 43.2% 37.0% 9.8%
2nd Round vote 1,168,738 1,028,966 Eliminated
Percentage 53.2% 46.8% Eliminated

City of LondonLondon Borough of HillingdonLondon Borough of HounslowLondon Borough of Richmond upon ThamesRoyal Borough of Kingston upon ThamesLondon Borough of SuttonLondon Borough of CroydonLondon Borough of BromleyLondon Borough of BexleyLondon Borough of HaveringLondon Borough of RedbridgeLondon Borough of Waltham ForestLondon Borough of EnfieldLondon Borough of BarnetLondon Borough of HarrowLondon Borough of BrentLondon Borough of EalingLondon Borough of Hammersmith and FulhamRoyal Borough of Kensington and ChelseaCity of WestminsterLondon Borough of WandsworthLondon Borough of MertonLondon Borough of LambethLondon Borough of SouthwarkLondon Borough of LewishamRoyal Borough of GreenwichLondon Borough of Tower HamletsLondon Borough of NewhamLondon Borough of Barking and DagenhamLondon Borough of CamdenLondon Borough of IslingtonLondon Borough of HackneyLondon Borough of HaringeyA coloured map of the boroughs of London
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First preference votes by London borough. Blue boroughs are those with most first preference votes for Boris Johnson and red those for Ken Livingstone

Mayor before election

Ken Livingstone
Labour

Elected Mayor

Boris Johnson
Conservative

The London mayoral election, 2008 was on 1 May 2008. It was the third London mayoral election, the first election was held in May 2000 and the second election in June 2004. It was won by the Conservative Party candidate Boris Johnson. Boris Johnson became the second Mayor of London.