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Thurso Ward — Highland

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

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

Donnie Mackay Ind 703 29.4%
Roger Saxon Lab 606 25.3%
Don Smith SNP 430 18.0%
John Rosie Ind 299 12.5%
Nick Noble LD 225 9.4%
Ian Grant Ind 88 3.7%
Reg Holder C 42 1.8%

Consolidated results:— Ind 1090 (45.5%; 2 seats); Lab 606 (25.3%; 1 seat); SNP 430 (18.0%); LD 225 (9.4%); C 42 (1.8%)

Transfers (Quota = 599)
Stage I II III V VI
Donnie Mackay 703 599 599 599 599
Roger Saxon 606 606 599 599 599
Don Smith 430 444 445 465 514
John Rosie 299 357 359 413 518
Nick Noble 225 234 235 266
Ian Grant 88 95 95
Reg Holder 42 43 44

3rd May 2007 (3 seats)

Donald Mackay Ind 1001 30.1%
John Rosie Ind 704 21.2%
Marion Thurso LD 541 16.3%
Donald Mackintosh SNP 433 13.0%
Roger Saxon Lab 408 12.3%
Ian Grant Ind 125 3.8%
Alexander Bain C 112 3.4%

Consolidated results:— Ind 1830 (55.1%; 2 seats); LD 541 (16.3%; 1 seat); SNP 433 (13.0%); Lab 408 (12.3%); C 112 (3.4%)

Transfers (Quota = 832)
Stage I II III IV V VI
Donald Mackay 1001 832 832 832 832 832
John Rosie 704 762 781 842 832 832
Marion Thurso 541 573 599 627 631 824
Donald Mackintosh 433 445 449 465 466 518
Roger Saxon 408 428 437 454 457
Ian Grant 125 136 156
Alexander Bain 112 118

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