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Local Election Results 2008

Sefton

Comm = Communist Party of Britain
SP = Southport Party

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Consolidated results — Sefton 2008

Party Votes Percent Seats
Conservative 22942 34.7% 6
Liberal Democrat 21023 31.8% 9
Labour 14587 22.0% 8
UK Independence Party 4513 6.8% 0
Southport Party 1229 1.9% 0
British National Party 1177 1.8% 0
Socialist Alternative 373 0.6% 0
Green Party 210 0.3% 0
Communist Party of Britain 105 0.2% 0

Ainsdale

Brenda Porter C 2903 67.8%
Pauline Collier LD 986 23.0%
Frank Warner Lab 223 5.2%
Bryan Leech UKIP 168 3.9%

Birkdale

Richard Hands LD 1702 49.9%
Cath Regan C 1105 32.4%
Terry Durrance UKIP 394 11.5%
Frank Robinson Lab 213 6.2%

Blundellsands

Paula Parry C 1893 59.1%
Constance McCarthy Lab 731 22.8%
Kevin Donnellon LD 578 18.1%

Cambridge

Tom Glover C 2076 49.5%
Aidan McGuire LD 1889 45.0%
Muriel Langley Lab 229 5.5%

Church [Lab gain from LD]

Paul Cummins Lab 1216 49.3%
Carol Tonkiss LD 448 18.2%
Brian Cook C 426 17.3%
Joseph Nugent UKIP 315 12.8%
Ian Davis Comm 60 2.4%

Derby

Carol Gustafson Lab 1030 51.5%
Paul Nuttall UKIP 763 38.2%
Kenneth Parry C 108 5.4%
Dean McGrane BNP 98 4.9%

Duke's

David Pearson C 1979 55.5%
Mary Shavaksha LD 790 22.2%
Harry Forster SP 497 13.9%
Catherine Cookson Lab 297 8.3%

Ford

Owen Brady Lab 1330 60.9%
Michael McDermott BNP 301 13.8%
Jessamine Hounslea C 287 13.1%
Philip Wordley UKIP 265 12.1%

Harington

Alf Doran C 2527 68.0%
Dru Haydon LD 663 17.8%
Maurice Newton Lab 526 14.2%

Kew

Maureen Fearn LD 1404 47.3%
Anthony White C 809 27.2%
John Lee SP 455 15.3%
Stephen Jowett Lab 203 6.8%
Val Pollard UKIP 100 3.4%

Linacre

Doreen Kerrigan Lab 1050 63.8%
Robin-Michael Thompson UKIP 219 13.3%
Carol Hill LD 192 11.7%
Helen Barber C 140 8.5%
John Byrne Comm 45 2.7%

Litherland

Patricia Hardy Lab 1078 59.1%
John Bryant UKIP 458 25.1%
Alex McIvor C 288 15.8%

Manor [LD gain from Lab]

John Gibson LD 1491 40.8%
David McIvor C 1423 39.0%
Paula Gouldbourn Lab 738 20.2%

Meols

John Dodd LD 1714 48.9%
Mike Swift C 1134 32.4%
Margaret Brown SP 277 7.9%
Nigel Cecil UKIP 209 6.0%
Maureen Stoker Lab 168 4.8%

Molyneux

Geoff Howe LD 1370 47.5%
Linda Cluskey Lab 536 18.6%
Peter Harper UKIP 514 17.8%
Edwina Cook C 463 16.1%

Netherton and Orrell (2)

Robert Brennan Lab 1036 46.6%
Susan Bradshaw Lab 982
Peter Glover SocAlt 373 16.8%
Viv Becker C 306 13.8%
Andrew Dobson UKIP 297 13.3%
Pat Gaskell UKIP 270
Jennifer Atherton BNP 213 9.6%
Helen Huxley C 193

Norwood

Ronnie Fearn LD 1735 54.3%
Tony Crabtree C 744 23.3%
Michael Nolan Lab 290 9.1%
Graham Taylor UKIP 243 7.6%
Margaret McEllenborough BNP 184 5.8%

Park

Robbie Fenton LD 1805 55.2%
Martyn Ball C 844 25.8%
Sandra Williams Lab 418 12.8%
Allan Marshman BNP 202 6.2%

Ravenmeols

Barry Griffiths C 1950 59.0%
Paul Flodman Lab 762 23.0%
Colin Trollope LD 384 11.6%
Richard Willis Grn 210 6.4%

St Oswald

James Mahon Lab 1269 65.1%
Linda Hough LD 229 11.7%
Doreen MacPherson C 215 11.0%
Carol Atherton BNP 179 9.2%
David Jones UKIP 57 2.9%

Sudell

Clifford Mainey LD 1614 52.4%
Simon Jamieson C 676 22.0%
Adam Lewis Lab 482 15.7%
Linda Harper UKIP 306 9.9%

Victoria

Anthony Hill LD 2029 55.7%
Giles Blundell Lab 762 20.9%
Sharon Hutchinson C 646 17.7%
Mike Kelly UKIP 205 5.6%

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