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Bloomfield Ward — Blackpool

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2nd May 2019 (2 seats)

Graham Cain Lab 646 68.9%
Jim Hobson Lab 604
Karen Staff C 291 31.1%
Roger Jones C 257

3rd March 2016 [Resignation of John Jones]

Jim Hobson Lab 450 57.6%
Tony Jones C 150 19.2%
Spencer Shackleton UKIP 118 15.1%
Phill Armstrong Grn 32 4.1%
Neil Close LD 31 4.0%

7th May 2015 (2 seats)

Graham Cain Lab 1045 44.8%
John Jones Lab 902
Liam Bleeker UKIP 585 25.1%
Mandy Cunliffe C 463 19.9%
Annemarie Slack C 294
Phil Armstrong Grn 202 8.7%
Olga Krzyzaniak Ind 37 1.6%

3rd May 2012 [Death of Mary Smith]

John Jones Lab 731 60.3%
Ged Walsh C 216 17.8%
Beverley Keenan Ind 193 15.9%
Sue Close LD 73 6.0%

5th May 2011 (2 seats) [1 Lab gain from LD]

Graham Cain Lab 849 61.3%
Mary Smith Lab 777
Irene James C 322 23.3%
Michael Ruane C 282
Hamish Howitt UKIP 159 11.5%
Len Booth UKIP 146
Michael Hodkinson LD 54 3.9%

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

Doreen Holt LD 555 31.4%
Mary Smith Lab 502 28.4%
Roger Cooke Lab 466
Michael Hodkinson LD 414
Ephraim Bell C 317 17.9%
Ian Dodd C 274
John Finlay Ind 202 11.4%
Hamish Howitt UKFags 193 10.9%

1st May 2003 (2 seats)

Mary Smith Lab 822 36.1%
Simon Blackburn Lab 793
Doreen Holt LD 779 34.2%
Barrie Hall C 675 29.7%
Ian Coleman LD 662
Michael Chappell C 657

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