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Whitburn and Marsden Ward — South Tyneside

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3rd May 2018

5th May 2016

Tracey Dixon Lab 1244 55.9%
Charles McKenzie-Smith UKIP 498 22.4%
Richard Gosling C 356 16.0%
Colette Hume Grn 129 5.8%

7th May 2015

Joyce Welsh Lab 1703 46.1%
Charles McKenzie-Smith UKIP 911 24.6%
Richard Gosling C 807 21.8%
Colette Hume Grn 275 7.4%

22nd May 2014

Peter Boyack Lab 1124 50.4%
Steven Dorothy UKIP 751 33.7%
Sharon Surtees C 355 15.9%

3rd May 2012

Tracey Dixon Lab 1661 76.2%
Elizabeth Turnbull C 519 23.8%

5th May 2011

Sylvia Spraggon Lab 1648 67.2%
Elizabeth Turnbull C 804 32.8%

6th May 2010

Peter Boyack Lab 1979 52.8%
Elizabeth Turnbull C 904 24.1%
Marshall Grainger Ind 556 14.8%
Donna Watson BNP 308 8.2%

1st May 2008

Tracey Dixon Lab 1247 50.8%
Fiona Milburn C 831 33.8%
Mark Crozier STP 378 15.4%

3rd May 2007

Sylvia Spraggon Lab 960 39.2%
Harry Norman Ind 883 36.1%
Fiona Milburn C 606 24.7%

4th May 2006

Peter Boyack Lab 894 39.0%
Albert Norman Ind 787 34.4%
Jeffrey Milburn C 609 26.6%

10th June 2004 (3 seats)

Tracey Dixon Lab 1019 32.3%
Shirley Stratford Lab 949
Peter Boyack Lab 897
James Caine Ind 726 23.0%
Peter Carlin-Page LD 726 23.0%
Jeffrey Milburn C 683 21.7%
John Fettis C 642
Ralph Robson C 623

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