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Baddeley, Milton and Norton Ward — Stoke-on-Trent

Note:— Local by-elections may be missing. If the result for a particular year does not appear on this page, click on the link to see all results for Stoke-on-Trent council in that year.

2nd May 2019 (3 seats) [1 C gain from CityInd]

David Evans C 1854 42.1%
Carl Edwards C 1629
James Smith C 1292
Gary Elsby Ind 1120 25.4%
Jeff Birks Lab 844 19.2%
Emma Ford Lab 837
Tina Natalello Lab 695
Chris Wardle CityInd 584 13.3%
Julie Bull CityInd 525
Steven Taylor CityInd 514

7th May 2015 (3 seats) [1 C gain from Lab, 1 CityInd gain from Lab]

Jack Brereton C 3102 29.1%
Dave Evans C 2125
Anthony Munday CityInd 2099 19.7%
Colin Rushton UKIP 2049 19.2%
Judy Wagg C 1896
Paul Humphreys Lab 1654 15.5%
Tina Natalello Lab 1475
Gary Elsby Ind 1420 13.3%
Kelsey Stair CityInd 1381
Javid Najmi Lab 1073
Nicey Keen TUSC 347 3.3%

14th November 2013 [Resignation of Andy Lilley; CityInd gain from Lab]

Anthony Munday CityInd 861 32.3%
Sam Richardson C 504 18.9%
Candi Chetwynd Lab 444 16.6%
Mick Harold UKIP 333 12.5%
Gary Elsby Ind 313 11.7%
Michael White BNP 79 3.0%
Adam Colclough Grn 50 1.9%
Tom Grocock LD 32 1.2%
John Davis Ind 27 1.0%
Liat Norris TUSC 25 0.9%

5th May 2011 (3 seats)

Jack Brereton C 1305 22.3%
Andrew Lilley Lab 1247 21.3%
Duncan Walker Lab 1174
Michael Salih CVoice 1124 19.2%
Joanne Powell-Beckett C 1120
Israel Amponsah Lab 960
Hazel Lyth C 895
Alan Rigby Ind 830 14.2%
Gary Elsby Ind 800
Michael White BNP 439 7.5%
Andrew Smith UKIP 410 7.0%
Alexandrina Knight Ind 395
Leslie Simpson EDP 253 4.3%
Anne Chadwick LD 235 4.0%
Susan Ford LD 231
Mohammed Nadeem Ali LD 100

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