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Eaglescliffe Ward — Stockton-on-Tees

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2nd May 2019 (3 seats)

Stefan Houghton C 1934 54.2%
Laura Tunney C 1844
Jacqueline Bright C 1643
Mike Cherrett LD 822 23.0%
James Clarke Lab 814 22.8%

7th May 2015 (3 seats) [2 C gains from LD]

Philip Dennis C 2963 47.3%
Laura Tunney C 2531
Stefan Houghton C 2482
James Clarke Lab 1246 19.9%
Mike Cherrett LD 1222 19.5%
Lesley Lewis LD 1176
Geoff Mankin Lab 1139
Reg Rowlinson Lab 1027
Thomas Collier LD 999
Mark Chatburn UKIP 835 13.3%

5th May 2011 (3 seats) [1 C gain from LD]

Maureen Rigg LD 1695 42.6%
Alan Lewis LD 1547
Philip Dennis C 1447 36.3%
Lesley Lewis LD 1392
Laura Tunney C 1318
Judith Wellington C 1224
Philip Hewitt Lab 841 21.1%
Helen Pickering Lab 798
Reg Rowlinson Lab 773

3rd May 2007 (3 seats)

John Fletcher LD 2118 62.8%
Maureen Rigg LD 2005
Alan Lewis LD 1876
Stefan Houghton C 811 24.1%
Joanne Dean C 770
Andrew Stephenson C 765
Geoffrey Mankin Lab 442 13.1%
Martyn Ingram Lab 410
Reginald Rowlinson Lab 388

5th May 2005 (3 seats)

John Fletcher LD 2773 55.0%
Maureen Rigg LD 2643
Michael Cherrett LD 2566
Andrew Stephenson C 1146 22.7%
Elizabeth Wood Lab 1124 22.3%
Martyn Ingram Lab 1101
Terence Laing C 1096
Reginald Rowlinson Lab 1093
Arthur Young C 1022

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