THIS time next week the results will be in and we will know who has won the two Warrington seats at the General Election.

Labour are defending Warrington North and Warrington South from the 2017 elections but the Conservatives are hopeful of making gains.

As we did earlier in the campaign, we have taken a look at the predictions from leading polling website Electoral Calculus.

It predicts the next British General Election result using analysis of opinion polls and electoral geography.

The latest results are based on opinion polls from November 26 to December 3.

In Warrington South, it predicts a win for Conservative Andy Carter over Labour's Faisal Rashid who is seeking re-election.

Although with around 1,000 votes in it, it looks to be a tight finish.

Warrington Guardian:

In Warrington North, polls predict a more comfortable win for Labour and new candidate Charlotte Nichols.

But the 3,000 majority predicted over Conservative Wendy Maisey would still be a huge drop in the majority Helen Jones earned in 2017 when she won by more than 9,000 votes.

Warrington Guardian:

However the real polls open next week to determine the actual winners.

Polling takes place between 7am and 10pm on Thursday.

Here are all the candidates: 


Labour – Faisal Rashid

Conservative – Andy Carter

Liberal Democrat – Ryan Bate

Brexit Party – Clare Aspinall

SDP - Kevin Hickson


Labour – Charlotte Nichols

Conservative – Wendy Maisey

Liberal Democrat – David Crowther

Brexit Party – Elizabeth Babade

Green Party – Lyndsay McAteer