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Strathkelvin Ward — North Lanarkshire

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

3rd May 2012 (4 seats)

William Hogg Lab 1418 22.6%
Frances McGlinchey SNP 1245 19.9%
Brian Wallace Lab 947 15.1%
John McLaren Lab 865 13.8%
June McHugh SNP 821 13.1%
Andrew Polson C 635 10.1%
Joe Shaw Ind 330 5.3%

Consolidated results:— Lab 3230 (51.6%; 3 seats); SNP 2066 (33.0%; 1 seat); C 635 (10.1%); Ind 330 (5.3%)

Transfers (Quota = 1253)
Stage I II III IV V
William Hogg 1418 1253 1253 1253 1253
Frances McGlinchey 1245 1255 1253 1253 1253
Brian Wallace 947 962 963 1007 1109
John McLaren 865 976 976 1058 1144
June McHugh 821 829 831 898 1008
Andrew Polson 635 637 637 682
Joe Shaw 330 333 333

3rd May 2007 (4 seats)

Frances McGlinchey SNP 2055 26.9%
William Hogg Lab 1795 23.5%
Brian Wallace Lab 1309 17.1%
Joe Shaw Lab 1208 15.8%
Jonathan Oak C 872 11.4%
Jack Doyle Sol 409 5.3%

Consolidated results:— Lab 4312 (56.4%; 3 seats); SNP 2055 (26.9%; 1 seat); C 872 (11.4%); Sol 409 (5.3%)

Transfers (Quota = 1530)
Stage I II III IV
Frances McGlinchey 2055 1530 1530 1530
William Hogg 1795 1795 1530 1530
Brian Wallace 1309 1361 1390 1462
Joe Shaw 1208 1284 1442 1572
Jonathan Oak 872 959 966 1061
Jack Doyle 409 537 553

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