Welsh Assembly Election Result

It has been many a year since Lord Sutch first proposed devolution, and somewhere along the lines the idea got a little confused, instead of having politicians sitting in a double decker bus travelling the country to get close to the people we ended up with new buildings further isolating the public from their politicians. A result of this was disillusion with devolution, leaving the devolved bodies to become full of politicians and other undesirables.

Well to cut a long story short, Mark Beech (of just 1 vote fame) decided to stand for the Welsh Assembly, and he was joined by his former incompetent campaign manger Pink Andorevil Gem.

Campaigning on issues such as reintroducing motor-rail to free up the M4 for use as a cycle track, abolishing the practise of British Summer Time, in favour of Gwynedd Mean Time, restoring Stonehenge back to Pembrokeshire and establishing an appointed second chamber, to hold the elected chamber in Cardiff Bay to account seemed to resonate with the voting public.

And in yesterdays poll they managed to gain 1,237 votes for the Loony Party, a massive 0.2% of the national vote. Mark commented that this is about 1,236 votes more than when he last stood in Wales.

Gem and Mark would like to thank their hundreds and thousand voters, their election agent Kev, and finally Alan Hope for getting the law changed so that they could stand.

This result gives a clear mandate to stand again in 4 years time, so long as Mark can find another spare £500.


Barnsley Results…

Once again we didn’t come last…This is becoming a habit..
We thanks everyone from Barnsley who came out and voted for us..You know it makes sense..
A massive vote of 198 which represents? .81% of turnout

Quick Analysis of Barnsley Results:
Liberal Party lost deposit by 198 Votes
Loony Party result 198 Votes

Oldham election

Nick the Flying Brick would like to thank all the people who came and supported him at the Oldham election, with a special thanks to TC (Topcat) Owen who came all the way from Wokingham (Berks) . He also thanks all the people who came out and voted for him and ended up coming 7th. Shortly after the Oldham count, Nick the Brick appeared at an audition with his team presenting Syncronised Supermarket Trolley Formation Dancing at Britains Got Talent.

  • Monster Raving Loony Party: 145 (0.4%)
  • Labour: 14,718 (42.1%)
  • Lib Dems: 11,160 (31.9%)
  • Conservatives: 4,481 (12.8%)
  • UKIP: 2,029 (5.8%)
  • BNP: 1,560 (4.5%)
  • Green Party: 530 (1.5%)
  • English Democrats: 144 (0.4%)
  • Pirate Party: 96 (0.2%)
  • Bus Pass Elvis Party: 67 (0.1%)

Election in Pontypridd (unconfirmed)

This evening Johnny Cartwright’s long standing record was broken by Mark Beech (The Good Knight of Nos Da) achieving a record breaking one vote in the Ilan Ward of the Pontypridd town council election. Mark was helped in his achievement by his campaign team, including 3 year old boy, delivering a mere 69 leaflets before disappearing to Barry Island. Mark’s contested an election in a country he doesn’t even live in anymore.

A total of 191 votes were cast meaning this technically qualifies an improvement in Mark’s share of the vote

Well done Mark. Great result

Pontypridd Council Elections

MARK BEECH aka “The Good Knight Sir Nosda”…………Following in the Traditions of the Loonyparty tradition came last in the Pontypridd local elections with a Massive 30 votes. Well done Mark and well done those 30 voters did the right thing and used their vote to show their support for The loony Party and their disillunsionment with the others.
I also have to mention the wonderful election material provided by Mark which you can see here http://www.scribd.com/doc/26191777/Pontypridd-Town-Ward-By-election-2010-02-18

Lib dems came first with 196..Labour 188 and Plaid achieved 71

This is a massive Total (I estimate) of around 6.18% of the total Vote. This if transfered to the up and coming genmeral election will mean a massive upset to the Established Political parties.

Norwich North By-Election

Howling Laud had another famous victory at the Norwich North By-Election on 23rd Jul with a ‘gross’ of votes. 144 voters chose to vote Loony.


The count was held unusually the next day on Friday morning, in an agricultural building internally decorated as a marquee. The Flying Brick spent much of the time crawling around on his hands and knees muttering about the low ceilings. While John ‘Imwyedon’ and Christine pointed out that as Alan had been named ‘Laud Howling’ on the ballot paper maybe were probably 441 which added to the 40,747 voters who didn’t vote equal a massive loony landslide of 41,188.

We have also made it into the Wall Street Journal in ‘pictures of the day’ – it’s the third one down.


Loony beats Labour in St Ives

THINGS just got worse for Gordon Brown in St Ives where the Labour candidates in the county council elections were beaten by a Loony.

Despite failing to win the seat, Lord Toby Jug, Cambridgeshire’s first Official Monster Raving Loony Party Candidate, was celebrating his best ever result in decades of political campaigning by winning 566 votes – well ahead of Labour’s two candidates who finished last.

“It is a Loony landslide. Democratic loonyism has arrived in St Ives,” said Lord Toby.

“People in St Ives have voted for the sanest candidate.”

St Ives was won by the Conservatives, with the Liberal Democrats in second place.

Lord Toby won 6.23 per cent of the vote, ahead of Labour’s Richard Allen on 362 and Angela Richards on 343.

Elecshun Results… Well done Loony’s

Mad Mike Young 252 6th from 6
Sheikh Mihand 566 7th from 7
Lord Toby Jug 566 5th from 7

Howling ‘Lord’ Hope stood for his local Fleet council,in fact it was a shadow council chosen by sitting members to form what will become the Town council next June.Then there will be a proper election by real people,watch this space then !

Well done Cartwright.

John Cartwright who stood at the Waddon local election, maintained our Loony tradition of coming last with 11 votes. We would like to thank the 11 persons who voted for our candidate, which shows that all is not lost in Waddon. The seeds of Loonyism have been sown. It has to be said, that out of the total electorate (11173) 7995 didnt vote at all. Presumably they didnt feel that their vote would count against the larger political parties. (They always win dont they?) So we say once again, EVERY VOTE COUNTS.