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Montrose and District Ward — Angus

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

3rd May 2012 (4 seats)

Mark Salmond Ind 891 22.6%
Bill Duff SNP 815 20.7%
Paul Valentine SNP 726 18.4%
David May LD 642 16.3%
Andrew Boyd C 566 14.4%
Ina Paton Lab 300 7.6%

Consolidated results:— SNP 1541 (39.1%; 2 seats); Ind 891 (22.6%; 1 seat); LD 642 (16.3%; 1 seat); C 566 (14.4%); Lab 300 (7.6%)

Transfers (Quota = 789)
Stage I II III IV
Mark Salmond 891 789 789 789
Bill Duff 815 815 789 789
Paul Valentine 726 743 764 823
David May 642 678 679 759
Andrew Boyd 566 587 588 618
Ina Paton 300 308 309

3rd May 2007 (4 seats)

Mark Salmond Ind 1550 28.1%
Sandy West SNP 832 15.1%
Paul Valentine SNP 809 14.7%
David May LD 660 12.0%
Ingram Bruce C 645 11.7%
James Sinclair Lab 529 9.6%
Joe Wishart Ind 490 8.9%

Consolidated results:— Ind 2040 (37.0%; 1 seat); SNP 1641 (29.8%; 2 seats); LD 660 (12.0%; 1 seat); C 645 (11.7%); Lab 529 (9.6%)

Transfers (Quota = 1104)
Stage I II III IV
Mark Salmond 1550 1104 1104 1104
Sandy West 832 863 904 982
Paul Valentine 809 849 911 975
David May 660 740 875 1085
Ingram Bruce 645 710 756 876
James Sinclair 529 618 704
Joe Wishart 490 558

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