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Fochabers Lhanbryde Ward — Moray

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

3rd May 2012 (3 seats)

Douglas Ross C 1318 39.5%
Margo Howe SNP 728 21.8%
Anita McDonald SNP 612 18.3%
Sean Morton Lab 512 15.3%
Peter Horton LD 167 5.0%

Consolidated results:— SNP 1340 (40.2%; 1 seat); C 1318 (39.5%; 1 seat); Lab 512 (15.3%; 1 seat); LD 167 (5.0%)

Transfers (Quota = 835)
Stage I II III
Douglas Ross 1318 835 835
Margo Howe 728 768 810
Anita McDonald 612 676 708
Sean Morton 512 583 714
Peter Horton 167 304

3rd May 2007 (3 seats)

Anita McDonald SNP 1159 28.9%
Douglas Ross C 727 18.1%
George McIntyre Ind 608 15.1%
Lans Bangura Lab 440 11.0%
Eddie Coutts Ind 374 9.3%
Paul McBain Ind 333 8.3%
Peter Horton LD 287 7.1%
Gordon Davidson Ind 56 1.4%
Alan Bodman Ind 32 0.8%

Consolidated results:— Ind 1403 (34.9%; 1 seat); SNP 1159 (28.9%; 1 seat); C 727 (18.1%; 1 seat); Lab 440 (11.0%); LD 287 (7.1%)

Transfers (Quota = 1005)
Stage I II IV V VI VII
Anita McDonald 1159 1005 1005 1005 1005 1005
Douglas Ross 727 738 751 795 847 926
George McIntyre 608 623 640 675 826 1017
Lans Bangura 440 459 470 539 586 638
Eddie Coutts 374 381 396 428 476
Paul McBain 333 347 364 416
Peter Horton 287 310 319
Gordon Davidson 56 61
Alan Bodman 32 34

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