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Knottingley Ward — Wakefield

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2nd May 2019 [LD gain from Lab]

Thomas Gordon LD 1906 63.1%
Glenn Burton Lab 642 21.3%
Willow Tolley Grn 237 7.8%
Josh Spencer C 235 7.8%

3rd May 2018

Harry Ellis Lab 1419 66.6%
Joshua Spencer C 713 33.4%

5th May 2016

Graham Stokes Lab 1597 61.5%
Lewis Thompson UKIP 724 27.9%
Eamonn Mullins C 277 10.7%

7th May 2015

Glenn Burton Lab 4070 76.5%
Rebecca Norris C 1253 23.5%

22nd May 2014

Harry Ellis Lab 1951 77.9%
Rebecca Norris C 555 22.1%

3rd May 2012

Graham Stokes Lab 1788 69.7%
Clinton Rhodes UKIP 494 19.3%
Johnathan Wadey C 282 11.0%

5th May 2011

Glenn Burton Lab 1803 57.8%
Johnathan Wadey C 493 15.8%
Jack Wright Ind 486 15.6%
Nathan Garbutt UKIP 336 10.8%

6th May 2010

Harry Ellis Lab 3092 56.4%
Jon Wadey C 1379 25.2%
Norman Tate BNP 1012 18.5%

1st May 2008

Graham Stokes Lab 1417 56.7%
Tom Dixon C 1081 43.3%

3rd May 2007

Glenn Burton Lab 1545 61.5%
Mellisa wan Omer C 498 19.8%
Nathan Garbutt Ind 470 18.7%

4th May 2006

Patricia Doyle Lab 1673 64.1%
Nathan Garbutt C 937 35.9%

10th June 2004 (3 seats)

Graham Stokes Lab 1946 53.0%
Glenn Burton Lab 1734
Patricia Doyle Lab 1657
Christopher Burns C 892 24.3%
Mark Burton BNP 831 22.6%
Michael Plumbley C 695
Madge Richards C 587

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