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Baillieston Ward — Glasgow

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18th March 2021 [Disqualification (non-attendance) of Jim Coleman; SNP gain from Lab]

David Turner SNP 1980 43.8%
William Docherty Lab 1278 28.3%
John Daly C 946 20.9%
Lorraine McLaren Grn 200 4.4%
Daniel Donaldson LD 90 2.0%
Christopher Ho UKIP 26 0.6%
Transfers (Quota = 2261)
Stage I IV V
David Turner 1980 2092 2133
William Docherty 1278 1365 1868
John Daly 946 979
Lorraine McLaren 200
Daniel Donaldson 90
Christopher Ho 26

4th May 2017 (3 seats)

Elaine Ballantyne SNP 2263 32.6%
Jim Coleman Lab 1562 22.5%
Philip Charles C 1454 21.0%
David Turner SNP 827 11.9%
Theresa Keenan Lab 436 6.3%
Kayleigh van Dongen Grn 159 2.3%
Richard Stalley LD 133 1.9%
Liam McLaughlan SSP 81 1.2%
Scott McKelvie Libtn 20 0.3%

Consolidated results:— SNP 3090 (44.6%; 1 seat); Lab 1998 (28.8%; 1 seat); C 1454 (21.0%; 1 seat); Grn 159 (2.3%); LD 133 (1.9%); SSP 81 (1.2%); Libtn 20 (0.3%)

Transfers (Quota = 1734)
Stage I II IV V VI VII VIII
Elaine Ballantyne 2263 1734 1734 1734 1734 1734 1734
Jim Coleman 1562 1608 1618 1644 1669 2032 1734
Philip Charles 1454 1463 1468 1492 1507 1524 1590
David Turner 827 1224 1249 1262 1362 1386 1420
Theresa Keenan 436 448 457 468 491
Kayleigh van Dongen 159 180 213 243
Richard Stalley 133 136 143
Liam McLaughlan 81 86
Scott McKelvie 20 21

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