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Stromness and South Isles Ward — Orkney

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4th May 2017 (3 seats)

Rob Crichton Ind unop.
James Stockan Ind unop.
Magnus Thomson Ind unop.

3rd May 2012 (3 seats)

James Stockan Ind 576 53.7%
Rob Crichton Ind 126 11.8%
Maurice Davidson Ind 122 11.4%
John Brown Ind 115 10.7%
Arthur Robertson SNP 61 5.7%
Terry Thomson Ind 61 5.7%
Delia Hall UKIP 11 1.0%

Consolidated results:— Ind 1000 (93.3%; 3 seats); SNP 61 (5.7%); UKIP 11 (1.0%)

Transfers (Quota = 269)
Stage I II III IV V
James Stockan 576 269 269 269 269
Rob Crichton 126 234 235 250 262
Maurice Davidson 122 172 174 189 216
John Brown 115 178 180 196 213
Arthur Robertson 61 79 81
Terry Thomson 61 82 84 100
Delia Hall 11 15

3rd May 2007 (3 seats)

James Stockan Ind 539 41.6%
John Eccles Ind 232 17.9%
Ian Johnstone Ind 215 16.6%
John Brown Ind 123 9.5%
Fiona Matheson Ind 113 8.7%
Maurice Davidson Ind 40 3.1%
Terry Thomson Ind 33 2.5%

Consolidated results:— Ind 1295 (100.0%; 3 seats)

Transfers (Quota = 324)
Stage I II III IV V VI
James Stockan 539 324 324 324 324 324
John Eccles 232 259 272 278 280 327
Ian Johnstone 215 305 312 331 324 324
John Brown 123 153 158 167 169 215
Fiona Matheson 113 145 149 157 159
Maurice Davidson 40 51 51
Terry Thomson 33 38

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