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Brechin and Edzell Ward — Angus

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This ward was abolished or subjected to boundary changes in 2017.

3rd May 2012 (3 seats) [1 SNP gain from Ind]

Mairi Evans SNP 1145 35.4%
Bob Myles Ind 631 19.5%
Jane Ferguson C 486 15.0%
Jim Houston SNP 459 14.2%
Douglas Murray Ind 390 12.0%
Janet Cowan LD 127 3.9%

Consolidated results:— SNP 1604 (49.5%; 2 seats); Ind 1021 (31.5%; 1 seat); C 486 (15.0%); LD 127 (3.9%)

Transfers (Quota = 810)
Stage I II III IV
Mairi Evans 1145 810 810 810
Bob Myles 631 641 666 878
Jane Ferguson 486 495 533 617
Jim Houston 459 736 752 799
Douglas Murray 390 400 429
Janet Cowan 127 133

3rd May 2007 (3 seats)

Ruth Melville Ind 971 22.1%
Bob Myles Ind 798 18.1%
Mairi Evans SNP 765 17.4%
Joy Mowatt SNP 706 16.1%
Elaine Milne C 373 8.5%
David Adam Ind 313 7.1%
Ron Thoms Lab 286 6.5%
Helen Fleming LD 185 4.2%

Consolidated results:— Ind 2082 (47.4%; 2 seats); SNP 1471 (33.5%; 1 seat); C 373 (8.5%); Lab 286 (6.5%); LD 185 (4.2%)

Transfers (Quota = 1100)
Stage I II III IV V VI VII
Ruth Melville 971 1013 1056 1168 1100 1100 1100
Bob Myles 798 815 864 951 991 1188 1100
Mairi Evans 765 778 798 856 860 886 899
Joy Mowatt 706 716 754 776 782 812 825
Elaine Milne 373 388 400 418 425
David Adam 313 335 371
Ron Thoms 286 310
Helen Fleming 185

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