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Bournemouth Borough Council By-Election Results

Download Historical By-Election Results (1960-2012) - Non-Exhaustive

Littledown & Iford - 15th November 2012

Littledown & Iford - 15th November 2012

Surname Forenames Party Votes
Seymour Gill Conservative 810
Sharman Debbie Labour 247
Hughes David Norman UKIP 229
Pull Peter Lib Dem 214
Gill Seymour Elected
T'Out 19.98%

Redhill & Northbourne By-Election - 31st May 2012

Redhill & Northbourne - 31st May 2012

Firstname Surname Party Votes
David D'Orton-Gibson Conservative 675
Jo Kennedy Labour 539
Pat Lewis Lib Dem 424
Claire Smith Independant 398
Nicholas Atkinson UKIP 327
Sandra Hale Green 54
Paul Graham Independant 51
Colin Smith BNP 42
Pete Woodley Independant 15

Westbourne & West Cliff By-Election 4 June 2009

Westbourne & West Cliff By-Election 4th June 2009

Party First Name Surname Votes % ±%
Conservative Richard Powell 1,308 51.4
Liberal Democrat Noel Davenport 567 22.3
UKIP Rod Trelease 360 14.1
Labour Jack Killingback 166 6.5
Independent Malcolm Chapman 146 5.7
Majority 741 29.1%
Turnout 2,547 31.8%

Winton East By-Election 1 May 2008

Winton East By-Election 1st May 2008

Party First Name Surname Votes % ±%
Conservative Douglas Spencer 590 35.6 -14.9
Liberal Democrat Anson Westbrook 411 24.8 -3.5
Labour Mel Semple 244 14.7 3.1
Independent Malcolm Lock 132 8 -1.7
Green Roger Eede 126 7.6 7.6
BNP Barry Bernett 104 6.3 6.3
UKIP Sam Whitt 51 3.1 3.1
Majority 179 10.80%
Turnout 1,658 24.60%

Queen's Park By-Election 1 May 2008

Queen's Park - 1st May 2008

Party First Name Surname Votes % ±%
Conservative Cheryl Johnson 910 47.6 -7.3
Liberal Democrat Mike Carlile 466 24.4 -10.6
UKIP David Hughes 175 9.1 9.1
Labour Co-op Mike Goff 149 7.8 -2.3
Independent Chris Mayne 146 7.6 7.6
Liberal Bill Brandwood 67 3.5 3.5
Majority 444 23.2%
Turnout 1,913 26.3%

Littledown & Ilford By-Election 15 December 2005

Littledown & Iford - 15th December 2005

Party First Name Surname Votes % ±%
Conservative Nicholas King 1,318 67.8 36.9
Liberal Democrat Alan Ketchley 389 20 -30.9
Labour Debbie Sharman 162 8.3 2.1
BNP Barry Bennett 74 3.8 3.8
Majority 929 47.8%
Turnout 1,943 25.9%

Kinson North By-Election 29 September 2005

Kinson North - 29 September 2005

Party First Name Surname Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrat Patricia Lewis 720 37 -7.8
Labour Daennis Gritt 645 33.1 4.8
Conservative Christopher Pomeroy 456 23.4 7.1
UKIP Mark Smith 126 6.5 6.5
Majority 75 3.9%
Turnout 1,947 26.1%

Boscombe West By-Election 22 July 2004

Boscombe West - 22nd July 2004

Party First Name Surname Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrat Benedict Prescott 526 42.9 8.1
Conservative Christopher Wakefield 384 31.3 5.9
Labour David Stokes 120 9.8 -5.6
UKIP Graham Evans 107 8.7 8.7
Green Roger Eede 90 7.3 7.3
Majority 142 11.6%
Turnout 1,227 20.9%

Talbot & Branksome Woods By-Election 15 January 2004

Talbot & Branksome Woods - 15 January 2004

Party First Name Surname Votes % ±%
Conservative Lynda Price Price 766 52.9 1.9
Liberal Democrat Lorna McGowan 484 33.4 5.4
UKIP Graham Evans 128 8.8 -2.9
Labour David Stokes 70 4.8 -4.5
Majority 282 19.5%
Turnout 1,448 21.9%

Kinson By-Election 2 August 2001

Kinson - 2nd August 2001

Party First Name Surname Votes % ±%
Labour Janice Hurne 708 44.7 -9.8
Liberal Democrat Donald Lazenbury 532 33.6 13.1
Conservative Michaela Keene 345 21.8 -3.2
Majority 176 11.1%
Turnout 1,585 25.2%

Strouden Park By-Election 7 September 2000

Strouden Park - 7th September 2000

Party First Name Surname Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrat Jean Littlewood 1,276 54.7 11.3
Conservative Terry Hellier-Woods 917 39.3 1.9
Labour Arthur O'Luby 139 6 -13.3
Majority 359 15.4%
Turnout 2,332 29.6%

Westbourne By-Election 4 May 2000

Westbourne - 4th May 2000

Party First Name Surname Votes % ±%
Conservative John Beesley 1,565 75.5 13.6
Liberal Democrat Neil Russell 351 16.9 -7.1
Labour David Stokes 156 7.5 -6.6
Majority 1,214 58.6%
Turnout 2,072 30.7%

Moordown By-Election 4 May 2000

Moordown - 4th May 2000

Party First Name Surname Votes % ±%
Conservative Howard Henning 559 40 19.3
Liberal Democrat John Hayter 537 38.4 -1.1
Labour Tony Hughes 301 21.5 1.2
Majority 22 1.6%
Turnout 1,397 23.2%

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