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Grangefield Ward — Stockton-on-Tees

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

Carol Clark Lab 902 42.4%
Stephen Richardson C 832 39.2%
Jo Booth Lab 826
Joan Holdaway C 751
Paul Berriman UKIP 281 13.2%
Adrian Clarkson UKIP 222
Nick Webb LD 110 5.2%
Matthew Eves LD 86

1st September 2016 [Death of Mike Clark; Lab gain from C]

Stephen Richardson C 807 50.5%
Eleanor Clark Lab 689 43.1%
Daniel Dalton UKIP 58 3.6%
Nick Webb LD 44 2.8%

7th May 2015 (2 seats)

Carol Clark Lab 1795 48.6%
Michael Clark Lab 1663
Stephen Richardson C 1297 35.1%
Paul Leng C 1221
Aidan Cockerill UKIP 459 12.4%
Mick Spayne UKIP 416
Natasha Craggs LD 143 3.9%
George Hebron LD 115

5th May 2011 (2 seats) [2 Lab gains from C]

Carol Clark Lab 1303 49.9%
Michael Clark Lab 1297
Aidan Cockerill C 1180 45.2%
Philip Broughton C 1110
Ian Mortimore LD 128 4.9%

3rd May 2007 (2 seats) [1 C gain from Lab]

Aidan Cockerill C 1054 44.5%
Phillip Broughton C 999
Eileen Johnson Lab 992 41.9%
Keith Flounders Lab 984
Ann Hollingsworth LD 321 13.6%
Julie Fletcher LD 301

5th May 2005 (2 seats)

Joan Wade C 1415 43.8%
Eileen Johnson Lab 1326 41.0%
Keith Flounders Lab 1316
Fiona Hawkins C 1252
Christopher Davison LD 491 15.2%
Geoffrey Surtees LD 461

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