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Local Election Results 2019

East Staffordshire

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

Other results for East Staffordshire: 2003 2007 2011 2015
By-elections for East Staffordshire (may be incomplete): 8th September 2005 (Stapenhill) — 29th June 2006 (Shobnall) — 31st August 2006 (Town) — 14th February 2008 (Stretton) — 6th May 2010 (Bagots) — 21st October 2010 (Abbey) — 3rd November 2011 (Yoxall) — 26th May 2016 (Stapenhill) — 2nd February 2017 (Town) — 16th February 2017 (Burton) — 4th May 2017 (Horninglow; Shobnall) — 28th September 2017 (Stretton) — 8th February 2018 (Stretton) — 13th February 2020 (Yoxall) — 6th May 2021 (Eton Park)
Results for Staffordshire county council: 2005 2009 2013 2017 2021

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Consolidated results — East Staffordshire 2019

Party Votes Percent Seats
Conservative 11825 44.6% 25
Labour 8910 33.6% 10
Independent 2673 10.1% 3
Liberal Democrat 1147 4.3% 1
UK Independence Party 1020 3.8% 0
Green Party 926 3.5% 0

Abbey

Colin Whittaker C unop.

Anglesey (2)

Syed Hussain Lab 1082 84.3%
Ali Chaudhry Lab 900
Aaron Bell C 201 15.7%
Liam Sperrin C 182

Bagots

Greg Hall C unop.

Branston (3)

Patricia Ackroyd C 927 58.7%
Adam Clarke C 886
Richard Grosvenor C 861
Arshad Afsar Lab 652 41.3%
Mick Huckerby Lab 606
Sajid Rashid Lab 581

Brizlincote (2)

Bernard Peters C 898 58.3%
Colin Wileman C 821
Tom Hadley Lab 366 23.8%
William Walker Lab 319
Carol Sharratt Grn 276 17.9%

Burton

Helen Hall LD 339 57.0%
Jami Shrive Lab 176 29.6%
Conor Wileman C 80 13.4%

Churnet

Steve Sankey C 428 57.8%
David Vaughan-Birch Lab 175 23.6%
Chris Smith Ind 137 18.5%

Crown

Philip Hudson C 602 82.7%
Cristina Parker Lab 126 17.3%

Eton Park (2) [1 Ind gain from Lab]

Sonia Andjelkovic Lab 569 36.8%
Dale Spedding Ind 519 33.6%
Louise Walker Lab 500
Peter Levis UKIP 226 14.6%
Jack Gould C 171 11.1%
Philip White C 127
Hugh Warner LD 60 3.9%

Heath (2)

Chris Sylvester C 671 55.9%
Duncan Goodfellow C 628
Jo Cane Lab 530 44.1%
Zdzislaw Krupski Lab 498

Horninglow (3) [1 Ind gain from Lab]

Ken Builth Lab 672 38.9%
Deneice Florence-Jukes Ind 628 36.3%
Mandy Shrive Lab 621
Bob Johnston Lab 540
Mike Ackroyd C 428 24.8%
Ishrat Abbasi C 304
Georgina Graham C 293

Needwood (2)

Jacqui Jones C 1010 48.2%
Bev Ashcroft C 838
Derek Lord LD 509 24.3%
Michael Baker Lab 335 16.0%
Luke Norman UKIP 240 11.5%

Rolleston on Dove

Beryl Toon C 779 71.3%
Ron Clarke Lab 313 28.7%

Shobnall (2)

Paul Walker Lab 695 50.9%
Shelagh McKiernan Lab 671
Hamid Asghar C 475 34.8%
Maqsood Hussain C 377
Simon Hales Grn 196 14.3%

Stapenhill (3) [1 C gain from UKIP]

Alison Legg Lab 534 41.4%
Michael Fitzpatrick Lab 519
Becky Brady C 511 39.6%
Craig Jones Lab 401
Lynda Peters C 397
Helen Smart C 369
Robert Sharratt Grn 246 19.1%

Stretton (3) [1 Ind gain from C]

Graham Lamb Ind 1389 43.1%
Vicki Gould C 902 28.0%
Julie Killoran C 784
Brian Buxton UKIP 554 17.2%
Shruti Purandare C 540
Michael Slater Lab 377 11.7%
May Low Lab 280
Martin Partridge Lab 241

Town (2)

Sue McGarry C 787 55.5%
George Allen C 761
Dave Trenery Lab 632 44.5%
John McKiernan Lab 521

Tutbury and Outwoods (2)

Simon Gaskin C 935 57.8%
Garry Raybould C 856
John Anderson Lab 683 42.2%
Lewis Anderson Lab 627

Weaver

Edward Barker C 525 79.4%
Pat Slater Lab 136 20.6%

Winshill (3)

Ray Faulkner C 789 39.6%
Dennis Fletcher Lab 756 38.0%
Mike Metcalfe C 730
Matthew Webb C 714
Kim Smith Lab 671
Philippa Saddington Lab 517
Robert Coates LD 239 12.0%
Sam Goldsworthy LD 214
Dena Rapley Grn 208 10.4%
Theo Hollier LD 173

Yoxall

Alan Johnson C 706 87.5%
Dale Barr Lab 101 12.5%

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