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Bridge of Don Ward — Aberdeen

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3rd October 2019 (2 seats) [Resignation of Brett Hunt and death of Sandy Stuart] (Quota = 1712)

Sarah Cross C 1857 36.2%
Jessica Mennie SNP 1797 35.0%
Michal Skoczykloda LD 929 18.1%
Graeme Lawrence Lab 305 5.9%
Sylvia Hardie Grn 140 2.7%
Philip Clarke UKIP 55 1.1%
Simon McLean Ind 43 0.8%
Max McKay Red 9 0.2%

Consolidated results:— C 1857 (36.2%; 1 seat); SNP 1797 (35.0%; 1 seat); LD 929 (18.1%); Lab 305 (5.9%); Grn 140 (2.7%); UKIP 55 (1.1%); Ind 43 (0.8%); Red 9 (0.2%)

4th May 2017 (4 seats)

Brett Hunt C 1868 25.8%
Alison Alphonse SNP 1610 22.2%
John Reynolds Ind 1045 14.4%
Sandy Stuart SNP 862 11.9%
Willie Young Lab 805 11.1%
Karen Farquhar LD 669 9.2%
George Saunders Ind 279 3.9%
Simon Mclean Ind 70 1.0%
James Irving-Lewis Sol 28 0.4%

Consolidated results:— SNP 2472 (34.2%; 2 seats); C 1868 (25.8%; 1 seat); Ind 1394 (19.3%; 1 seat); Lab 805 (11.1%); LD 669 (9.2%); Sol 28 (0.4%)

Transfers (Quota = 1448)
Stage I II III VI VII VIII
Brett Hunt 1868 1448 1448 1448 1448 1448
Alison Alphonse 1610 1610 1448 1448 1448 1448
John Reynolds 1045 1132 1137 1327 1598 1448
Sandy Stuart 862 869 996 1056 1130 1157
Willie Young 805 849 854 871 1026 1047
Karen Farquhar 669 782 791 850
George Saunders 279 305 308
Simon Mclean 70 83 84
James Irving-Lewis 28 32 35

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