Results of the Open Labour National Committee 2021 Elections


Voting for Open Labour’s 2021/22 National Committee ran from 23 July 2021 until 6 August 2021.

In total 33 candidates competed for 18 places.

1330 Ballots were issued and 523 votes were cast, thus the overall turnout was 39.32%.

The winning candidates are set out as follows:

Open Places x10 (ranked in the order of their election)

  • Tessa Milligan
  • Abi Barinski
  • Ralph Berry
  • Tom Miller
  • Lauren Davison
  • Sarah Sackman
  • Tina Bhartwas
  • Shaan Ali
  • Omar Salem
  • Amrita Rose


  • Women’s Officer – Kerri Prince *unopposed*
  • Disability Officer – Lucy Burke
  • BAME Officer – Amen Tesfay
  • LGBT+ Officer – Megan Birchall
  • Youth Officer – Cathleen Clarke
  • Scotland Officer – Keiran O’Neill *unopposed*
  • Wales Officer – Cai Parry *unopposed*
  • Parliamentary Officer – Alex Sobel *unopposed*

Thank you to everyone who stood as a candidate and everyone who voted, special congratulations to those who have been successful.

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