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Dunfermline Central Ward — Fife

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

3rd May 2012 (4 seats) [1 Lab gain from LD]

Jim Leishman Lab 1608 28.0%
Joe Rosiejak LD 1028 17.9%
Neale Hanvey SNP 996 17.3%
Bob Young Lab 747 13.0%
Lizz Mogg SNP 529 9.2%
Jim Gallagher Ind 422 7.3%
David Ross C 421 7.3%

Consolidated results:— Lab 2355 (40.9%; 2 seats); SNP 1525 (26.5%; 1 seat); LD 1028 (17.9%; 1 seat); Ind 422 (7.3%); C 421 (7.3%)

Transfers (Quota = 1151)
Stage I II III IV V
Jim Leishman 1608 1151 1151 1151 1151
Joe Rosiejak 1028 1072 1243 1151 1151
Neale Hanvey 996 1019 1032 1037 1110
Bob Young 747 1038 1070 1087 1216
Lizz Mogg 529 557 570 582 641
Jim Gallagher 422 445 541 564
David Ross 421 421

3rd May 2007 (4 seats)

Willie Sullivan Lab 1881 23.9%
Jackie McKenna LD 1774 22.6%
Lizz Mogg SNP 1574 20.0%
Joe Rosiejak LD 1488 18.9%
Lisa Callaghan C 832 10.6%
Graeme Allan Grn 313 4.0%

Consolidated results:— LD 3262 (41.5%; 2 seats); Lab 1881 (23.9%; 1 seat); SNP 1574 (20.0%; 1 seat); C 832 (10.6%); Grn 313 (4.0%)

Transfers (Quota = 1573)
Stage I II
Willie Sullivan 1881 1573
Jackie McKenna 1774 1774
Lizz Mogg 1574 1574
Joe Rosiejak 1488 1593
Lisa Callaghan 832 851
Graeme Allan 313 358

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