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Dunbar and East Linton Ward — East Lothian

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

3rd May 2012 (3 seats) [1 C gain from LD]

Norman Hampshire Lab 1191 25.5%
Paul McLennan SNP 1158 24.8%
Michael Veitch C 983 21.0%
Isobel Knox SNP 656 14.0%
Hayley Flanagan Lab 444 9.5%
Ann Taylor LD 241 5.2%

Consolidated results:— SNP 1814 (38.8%; 1 seat); Lab 1635 (35.0%; 1 seat); C 983 (21.0%; 1 seat); LD 241 (5.2%)

Transfers (Quota = 1169)
Stage I II III IV V
Norman Hampshire 1191 1169 1169 1169 1169
Paul McLennan 1158 1160 1195 1169 1169
Michael Veitch 983 983 1072 1074 1185
Isobel Knox 656 657 681 702 805
Hayley Flanagan 444 460 516 517
Ann Taylor 241 241

3rd May 2007 (3 seats)

Paul McLennan SNP 1726 30.0%
Jacquie Bell LD 1136 19.8%
Katie Mackie C 1130 19.7%
Norman Hampshire Lab 1033 18.0%
Herbert Coutts Lab 725 12.6%

Consolidated results:— Lab 1758 (30.6%; 1 seat); SNP 1726 (30.0%; 1 seat); LD 1136 (19.8%; 1 seat); C 1130 (19.7%)

Transfers (Quota = 1438)
Stage I II III
Paul McLennan 1726 1438 1438
Jacquie Bell 1136 1240 1356
Katie Mackie 1130 1165 1199
Norman Hampshire 1033 1065 1554
Herbert Coutts 725 747

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