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UK General Election 2010: DUP Win Antrim North

The Democratic Unionist Party have won the seat of Antrim North in Northern Ireland in the 2010 UK General Election, with a majority of 12,558 from a turnout of 42,397.

The full Antrim North 2010 General Election result is as follows:

  • Ian Paisley Junior – Democratic Unionist Party – 19,672
  • Jim Allister – Traditional Unionist Voice – 7,114
  • Daithi McKay – Sinn Fein – 5,265
  • Irwin Armstrong – Ulster Conservatives and Unionists – New Force – 4,634
  • Declan O’Loan – Social Democratic & Labour Party – 3,738
  • Jayne Dunlop – Alliance Party – 1,368
  • Lyle Cubitt – Independent – 606

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