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Inverkeithing and Dalgety Bay 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]

Alice McGarry SNP 1377 25.6%
Lesley Laird Lab 960 17.8%
Gavin Yates Lab 877 16.3%
Dave Dempsey C 832 15.4%
Helen Todd SNP 662 12.3%
Dave Walker LD 497 9.2%
Mike Arthur UKIP 182 3.4%

Consolidated results:— SNP 2039 (37.9%; 1 seat); Lab 1837 (34.1%; 2 seats); C 832 (15.4%; 1 seat); LD 497 (9.2%); UKIP 182 (3.4%)

Transfers (Quota = 1078)
Stage I II III IV
Alice McGarry 1377 1078 1078 1078
Lesley Laird 960 978 991 1060
Gavin Yates 877 888 899 1025
Dave Dempsey 832 843 930 1085
Helen Todd 662 891 918 1000
Dave Walker 497 506 522
Mike Arthur 182 185

3rd May 2007 (4 seats)

Alice McGarry SNP 2172 29.5%
Bob Eadie Lab 1510 20.5%
Dave Herbert LD 1337 18.1%
Dave Dempsey C 1291 17.5%
Jim Philp Lab 512 6.9%
Ian Sinclair Grn 349 4.7%
Chris Ashton UKIP 137 1.9%
David Noble SSP 60 0.8%

Consolidated results:— SNP 2172 (29.5%; 1 seat); Lab 2022 (27.4%; 1 seat); LD 1337 (18.1%; 1 seat); C 1291 (17.5%; 1 seat); Grn 349 (4.7%); UKIP 137 (1.9%); SSP 60 (0.8%)

Transfers (Quota = 1474)
Stage I II
Alice McGarry 2172 1474
Bob Eadie 1510 1510
Dave Herbert 1337 1484
Dave Dempsey 1291 1364
Jim Philp 512 609
Ian Sinclair 349 439
Chris Ashton 137 159
David Noble 60 107

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