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St Martins Ward — Caerphilly

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4th May 2017 (3 seats)

Colin Elsbury PC 1284 42.1%
James Fussell PC 1250
Steve Kent PC 1211
Anne Broughton-Pettit Lab 717 23.5%
Tony Graham Lab 714
Judith Child C 665 21.8%
Robert Lea C 638
John Pettit Lab 614
Elizabeth Evans C 603
Richard Williams UKIP 283 9.3%
Hazel Norris UKIP 253
Megan Churchland TUSC 101 3.3%

3rd May 2012 (3 seats)

James Fussell PC 1203 42.2%
Colin Elsbury PC 1057
Steve Kent PC 1023
Eddie Talbot Ind 880 30.9%
John Pettit Lab 766 26.9%
Gareth Pratt Lab 739
Richard Williams Ind 697

4th June 2009 [By-election]

PC 723 29.3%
Ind 563 22.8%
Lab 367 14.9%
Ind 296 12.0%
C 274 11.1%
LD 248 10.0%

1st May 2008 (3 seats)

James Fussell PC 845 24.7%
Steve Kent PC 769
Geoffrey Hibbert PC 749
Edward Talbot Ind 650 19.0%
Richard Williams Ind 610
Robert Lea C 546 15.9%
Huw Price LD 529 15.4%
Mukul Haldar Lab 523 15.3%
Lee Jones Ind 513
Robert Roffe LD 373
Russell Deacon LD 333 9.7%

10th June 2004 (3 seats)

James Fussell PC 838 33.5%
Stephen Kent PC 661
Geoffrey Hibbert PC 647
Ann East Lab 625 25.0%
Gwyn Nicholls Lab 581
Judith Child C 526 21.0%
John Evans Lab 526
Huw Price LD 513 20.5%
Robert Lea C 493
Terence Newhouse C 428
Russell Deacon LD 421
Helen Forsey LD 409

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