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Brackla Ward — Bridgend

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This ward was abolished or subjected to boundary changes in 2022.

4th May 2017 (4 seats) [3 C gains from Lab]

Kay Rowlands C 1106 38.5%
Tom Giffard C 1084
Aniel Pucella C 1067
John Spanswick Lab 1065 37.1%
Tyler Walsh C 1028
Hailey Townsend Lab 952
Craig Jones Lab 950
Ciaron Jackson Lab 928
Shaun Bastin Ind 432 15.0%
Nathan Goldsworthy Ind 413
Marcelle Humphreys Ind 400
Stuart Charles Ind 364
Jeremy Young Ind 342
Nick Thomas PC 269 9.4%

3rd May 2012 (4 seats) [2 Lab gains from C]

David Sage Lab 1247 40.9%
John Spanswick Lab 1188
Craig Jones Lab 1003
Hailey Townsend Lab 984
Pat Hacking C 628 20.6%
Terry Hacking C 589
Michael Quick Ind 469 15.4%
Charlotte Berrow LD 416 13.7%
Daniel Thomas PC 287 9.4%
Nicholas Thomas PC 258

1st May 2008 (4 seats)

David Sage Lab 1158 41.3%
Pat Hacking C 1140 40.7%
John Spanswick Lab 1118
Terry Hacking C 1043
Matthew Voisey C 989
Alan Wathan C 920
Craig Jones Lab 913
William Bennett Lab 903
Annmarie Vaughan LD 503 18.0%
Suleman Hawas LD 449

10th June 2004 (4 seats)

David Sage Lab 773 33.3%
John Spanswick Lab 745
Patricia Hackling C 740 31.9%
Matthew Voisey C 623
David Williams C 620
Anthony Berrow Lab 583
Briony Davies Lab 576
Catherine Jenkins LD 542 23.4%
Kathryn Norman LD 466
Paul Warren LD 460
Suleman Hawas LD 456
Debra Hill CPA 266 11.5%

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