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Local Election Results 2015

Mid Devon

Whole council up for election. Four Conservative councillors were elected unopposed.

Other results for Mid Devon: 2003 2007 2011
Results for Devon county council: 2005 2009 2013 2017

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Consolidated results — Mid Devon 2015

Party Votes Percent Seats
Conservative 17926 44.8% 28
Independent 7232 18.1% 6
Liberal Democrat 4387 11.0% 5
Labour 3995 10.0% 0
Green Party 3455 8.6% 0
UK Independence Party 2480 6.2% 2
Liberal Party 539 1.3% 1

Boniface (2)

Nick Way LD 928 44.5%
John Downes LD 756
Dan Webb C 479 23.0%
Gina Ford C 448
Bob Edwards UKIP 387 18.5%
Colin Matthews Grn 293 14.0%

Bradninch [LD gain from C]

Luke Taylor LD 709 60.7%
John Berry C 459 39.3%

Cadbury [Ind gain from C]

Bob Deed Ind 398 37.9%
Vicky Crockett-Matthews C 350 33.3%
Janet Wills Lab 180 17.1%
Elizabeth Curzon-Howe UKIP 122 11.6%

Canonsleigh (2) [1 C gain from Ind]

Christine Collis C 1057 60.1%
Heather Bainbridge C 962
James Dexter Grn 703 39.9%

Castle (2)

Brenda Hull C 811 41.9%
Elizabeth Slade C 800
Anne Kilshaw Lab 579 29.9%
Ben Holdman LD 544 28.1%
Josephine Young Lab 388

Clare and Shuttern (2)

Ray Stanley C 1115 56.1%
Andrew Moore C 1104
Peter Wood Ind 873 43.9%

Cranmore (3) [2 C gains from LD]

Sue Griggs C 1102 46.6%
Christina Daw C 848
Clarissa Slade C 766
Leslie Cruwys Ind 731 30.9%
Kevin Wilson Ind 625
David Graham Lab 533 22.5%
Peter Carswell Lab 503
Stephen Bush Ind 481

Cullompton North (2) [1 C gain from Ind]

Karl Busch C 1022 50.8%
Nikki Woollatt Ind 988 49.2%
Brian Lane-Smith C 670

Cullompton Outer [C gain from Ind]

Rosemary Berry C 571 52.5%
David Pugsley Ind 517 47.5%

Cullompton South (2)

Eileen Andrews Ind 810 57.7%
Terry Snow Ind 728
Diane Baker C 593 42.3%
George Birch C 562
Paul Gubb Ind 493

Halberton

Ray Radford C 769 69.5%
Adam Rich Grn 338 30.5%

Lawrence (2)

Frank Letch LD 876 40.3%
Bob Wright LD 783
Martin Binks C 652 30.0%
Anne Hughes C 556
David Jaques UKIP 241 11.1%
Julyan Levy Grn 210 9.7%
James Steel Lab 196 9.0%
Michael Szabo UKIP 179
Alan Stewart Lab 161

Lower Culm (3) [1 C gain from Ind]

Richard Chesterton C unop.
Jill Doe C unop.
Bob Evans C unop.

Lowman (3)

Neal Davey C 1282 36.4%
Dennis Knowles Ind 992 28.1%
Colin Slade C 981
Victoria Ingram C 835
Valerie Graham Lab 628 17.8%
Catherine Povey Grn 624 17.7%
Christopher Chesney Lab 556

Newbrooke

Peter Hare-Scott C 522 53.1%
Paul Stone Lab 244 24.8%
Patricia Jones Ind 217 22.1%

Sandford and Creedy (2)

Margaret Squires C 1088 44.0%
Judi Binks C 1005
Jane Schofield Grn 551 22.3%
Charlie Werner Lab 495 20.0%
James Way LD 338 13.7%

Silverton

Jenny Roach Lib 539 48.5%
Deborah Custance-Baker C 375 33.7%
Kate West Grn 198 17.8%

Taw

John Daw C 636 62.7%
Martin Elston LD 257 25.3%
Pamela Galloway Lab 122 12.0%

Taw Vale

Clive Eginton C 647 63.9%
Alex White LD 227 22.4%
Jo Coffey Grn 139 13.7%

Upper Culm (2)

Glanmor Hughes C 1401 43.3%
Frank Rosamond Ind 1066 33.0%
David Graham UKIP 768 23.7%

Upper Yeo

John Squire C unop.

Way

Polly Colthorpe C 743 75.5%
Di Martin Lab 241 24.5%

Westexe (3) [2 UKIP gains from C]

Steve Flaws C 1023 29.8%
Ron Dolley UKIP 962 28.1%
Jonathan Smith UKIP 651
Gerald Luxton Ind 640 18.7%
Tim Bridger Ind 409
Jo Manning Lab 404 11.8%
Keith Povey Grn 399 11.6%
Mary Chesney Lab 392
John Jordan Ind 224

Yeo (2)

Derek Coren C 1229 58.2%
Peter Heal C 933
Gillian Elston LD 508 24.1%
Josh Curtis-Hale LD 403
Justin Beament Lab 373 17.7%

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