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Local Election Results 2018

Bolton

One-third of council up for election.

FKF = Farnworth and Kearsley First

Other results for Bolton: 2002 2003 2004 2006 2007 2008 2010 2011 2012 2014 2015 2016 2019

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Consolidated results — Bolton 2018

Party Votes Percent Seats
Labour 28566 39.0% 8
Conservative 23828 32.6% 9
Liberal Democrat 10417 14.2% 2
Farnworth and Kearsley First 4460 6.1% 2
UK Independence Party 2263 3.1% 0
Green Party 2054 2.8% 0
Independent 1601 2.2% 0

Astley Bridge

John Walsh C 1842 42.5%
Warren Fox LD 1564 36.1%
Zulfi Jiva Lab 930 21.4%

Bradshaw

Mudasir Dean C 1949 57.1%
Tony Shepherd Lab 880 25.8%
Eric Hyland Ind 278 8.1%
Stephen Howarth LD 173 5.1%
Laura Diggle Grn 135 4.0%

Breightmet [C gain from Lab]

Adele Warren C 1549 47.4%
Francesca Platt Lab 1278 39.1%
Harry Lamb UKIP 242 7.4%
Dan Bolton Grn 138 4.2%
Richard Bates LD 61 1.9%

Bromley Cross (2) [Resignation of Alan Wilkinson]

David Greenhalgh C 2928 63.3%
Nadim Muslim C 2257
Steve Sutton Lab 1023 22.1%
Deb Whenlock Lab 910
Liz Spencer Grn 374 8.1%
Elliott Bermudez-Galton LD 303 6.5%
David Walsh LD 196

Crompton

Bilkis Ismail Lab 2258 57.1%
Daniel Wheatley C 737 18.6%
Siraj Patel Ind 706 17.9%
Michael Langdon LD 252 6.4%

Farnworth [FKF gain from Lab]

Maureen Flitcroft FKF 1699 53.9%
Martin McMulkin Lab 1177 37.3%
Jennifer Kirk C 142 4.5%
Dave Harvey UKIP 92 2.9%
David Cooper LD 44 1.4%

Great Lever

Mohammed Ayub Lab 2422 76.0%
Mohammed Waqas C 389 12.2%
David Figgins Grn 232 7.3%
Francine Godfrey LD 143 4.5%

Halliwell

Akhtar Zaman Lab 2185 70.3%
Jolyon Coombs C 418 13.4%
John Falch LD 120 3.9%
Ian McHugh Grn 118 3.8%
Martin McLoughlin Ind 114 3.7%
Sarfraz Nawaz Ind 83 2.7%
Anthony Massey Ind 71 2.3%

Harper Green

Hamid Khurram Lab 1910 53.6%
Lisa Weatherby FKF 897 25.2%
Robert Tyler C 477 13.4%
Amy Wunderley UKIP 157 4.4%
Matthew Barnes Grn 63 1.8%
Kevin Walsh LD 62 1.7%

Heaton and Lostock

Anne Galloway C 3000 66.4%
John Gillatt Lab 1247 27.6%
Garry Veevers LD 269 6.0%

Horwich and Blackrod

Susan Baines C 1668 47.6%
Michael Jarvis Lab 1437 41.0%
Rebecca Forrest LD 231 6.6%
Keith Cocker Grn 169 4.8%

Horwich North East

Kevin McKeon Lab 1345 36.0%
Stephen Rock LD 1288 34.5%
Joan Johnson C 887 23.8%
Rod Riesco Grn 213 5.7%

Hulton [C gain from UKIP]

Diane Parkinson C 1858 50.2%
Rabiya Jiva Lab 1451 39.2%
Beverley Fletcher UKIP 215 5.8%
Chris Taylor Grn 107 2.9%
Kevin Mulligan LD 68 1.8%

Kearsley [FKF gain from Lab]

Julie Pattison FKF 1864 52.3%
Stephen Langley Lab 882 24.7%
Will Pilkington UKIP 399 11.2%
Kameran Fathulla C 290 8.1%
Connor Goodwin LD 131 3.7%

Little Lever and Darcy Lever [Lab gain from UKIP]

David Evans Lab 1249 37.5%
David Meehan C 1000 30.0%
Paul Richardson UKIP 926 27.8%
Christine Macpherson LD 159 4.8%

Rumworth

Ismail Ibrahim Lab 2570 75.7%
Hafiz Butt C 379 11.2%
Alan Johnson Grn 251 7.4%
Damien Walsh Ind 111 3.3%
Duncan Macpherson LD 85 2.5%

Smithills

Doug Bagnall LD 2031 48.9%
Ryan Quick Lab 1260 30.3%
Sam Rimmer C 752 18.1%
Elizabeth McManus Grn 111 2.7%

Tonge with The Haulgh

Nick Peel Lab 1379 50.4%
Matthew Littler C 928 33.9%
Derek Wunderley UKIP 232 8.5%
Rosalind Harasiwka LD 113 4.1%
James Tomkinson Grn 82 3.0%

Westhoughton North and Chew Moor

Martyn Cox C 1831 42.6%
Bernadette Eckersley-Fallon LD 1386 32.2%
Ged Carter Lab 784 18.2%
Jack Speight Ind 238 5.5%
Heather Rylance Grn 61 1.4%

Westhoughton South [LD gain from Lab]

David Wilkinson LD 1934 53.2%
Ryan Battersby Lab 899 24.7%
Martin Tighe C 804 22.1%

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