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Local Election Results 2012

Southampton

One-third of council up for election.

Soton1st = Southampton First

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Consolidated results — Southampton 2012

Party Votes Percent Seats
Labour 22738 43.8% 13
Conservative 18332 35.3% 5
Liberal Democrat 4945 9.5% 0
Green Party 2277 4.4% 0
UK Independence Party 1390 2.7% 0
Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition 1227 2.4% 0
Independent 548 1.1% 0
Southampton First 416 0.8% 0

Bargate [Lab gain from C]

Matthew Tucker Lab 1100 48.7%
Amy Willacy C 745 33.0%
Joseph Cox Grn 140 6.2%
Derrick Murray LD 127 5.6%
Sharon Cutler TUSC 82 3.6%
Matthew Rose Ind 67 3.0%

Bassett

John Hannides C 1641 49.5%
Ian Atkins Lab 895 27.0%
Steven Hulbert LD 367 11.1%
Jonathan Beal Grn 260 7.8%
James Knight Soton1st 93 2.8%
Neil Kelly TUSC 62 1.9%

Bevois

Stephen Barnes-Andrews Lab 1473 57.6%
Zahir Ahmed C 642 25.1%
Shaw Green Grn 201 7.9%
Adrian Ford LD 149 5.8%
Andrew Howe TUSC 63 2.5%
Max McNamara Soton1st 31 1.2%

Bitterne [Lab gain from C]

Mary Lloyd Lab 1416 46.4%
David Fuller C 1217 39.9%
William Withers UKIP 210 6.9%
Robert Naish LD 133 4.4%
Perry McMillan TUSC 77 2.5%

Bitterne Park (2)

Ivan White C 1216 35.3%
John Inglis C 1203
Frances Murphy Lab 1135 32.9%
Michael Holder Lab 979
Arnold Robinson LD 334 9.7%
Ann MacGillivray Ind 333 9.7%
James Read LD 331
Cara Sandys Grn 292 8.5%
Jonathan Caplen Ind 242
Nicholas Chaffey TUSC 136 3.9%

Coxford [Lab gain from C]

Sally Spicer Lab 1647 52.9%
Trevor Glasspool C 667 21.4%
Peter Galton LD 334 10.7%
Leslie Obee UKIP 295 9.5%
Ronald Meldrum Grn 75 2.4%
Timothy Cutter TUSC 57 1.8%
Richard McQuillan Ind 39 1.3%

Freemantle [Lab gain from C]

David Shields Lab 1403 41.7%
Michael Ball C 1330 39.5%
Paul Garratt Grn 288 8.6%
Paul Abbott LD 233 6.9%
Steven Mullane Ind 109 3.2%

Harefield

Edward Daunt C 1631 44.2%
Brian Norgate Lab 1489 40.4%
Christine Hotson UKIP 305 8.3%
Diane Robinson LD 190 5.1%
Graham O'Reilly TUSC 75 2.0%

Millbrook [Lab gain from C]

Georgina Laming Lab 1769 48.8%
Steven Galton C 1603 44.2%
Kenneth Darke LD 251 6.9%

Peartree (2) [Lab gain from C]

Eamonn Keogh Lab 1683 41.7%
Paul Lewzey Lab 1594
Matthew Jones C 1262 31.3%
Christopher Grace C 1250
Eileen Bowers LD 497 12.3%
Sebastian Buckle LD 384
Julie Williams Grn 287 7.1%
Philip McShee Soton1st 168 4.2%
Joshua Asker TUSC 139 3.4%

Portswood

Linda Norris C 1061 31.8%
Keith Reed LD 1015 30.5%
Olivia Vaughan Lab 891 26.7%
Christopher Bluemel Grn 278 8.3%
David Rawlinson TUSC 50 1.5%
Joseph Malone Soton1st 38 1.1%

Redbridge [Lab gain from C]

Lee Whitbread Lab 1775 61.6%
Spandita Woodman C 703 24.4%
Peter Wyatt TUSC 220 7.6%
Simon Stokes LD 182 6.3%

Shirley [Lab gain from C]

Mark Chaloner Lab 1825 45.3%
Terence Matthews C 1474 36.6%
Keith Clark Grn 256 6.4%
David Nightingale UKIP 235 5.8%
Harry Mitchell LD 184 4.6%
Michael King TUSC 52 1.3%

Sholing [Lab gain from C]

Daniel Jeffery Lab 1805 47.0%
Casey Baldwin C 1463 38.1%
Helena Ridd UKIP 345 9.0%
John Dennis LD 229 6.0%

Swaythling [Lab gain from C]

Sharon Mintoff Lab 825 34.2%
Edward Osmond C 746 31.0%
James Cappleman LD 477 19.8%
Angela Cotton Grn 200 8.3%
Anthony Lewis Soton1st 86 3.6%
Kevin Hayes TUSC 76 3.2%

Woolston

Richard Williams Lab 1607 55.1%
Alexander Houghton C 931 31.9%
Colin Bleach LD 243 8.3%
Gavin Marsh TUSC 138 4.7%

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