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Local Elections Archive Project

Central Hove Ward — Brighton and Hove

Note:— Local by-elections may be missing. If the result for a particular year does not appear on this page, click on the link to see all results for Brighton and Hove council in that year.

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

Clare Moonan Lab 1370 38.1%
Gary Wilkinson Lab 1053
Aditi Bhonagiri Grn 1013 28.2%
Carol Bullock Grn 639
Steve Barrey C 586 16.3%
Rico Wojtulewicz C 510
Jessie Macneil-Brown WEP 282 7.8%
David Sears LD 224 6.2%
Nigel Furness UKIP 122 3.4%

7th May 2015 (2 seats) [1 Lab gain from Grn]

Clare Moonan Lab 1533 30.1%
Andrew Wealls C 1363 26.8%
Lloyd Magee C 1277
Rebecca Jones Grn 1159 22.8%
Ray Cunningham Grn 1053
David Trangmar Lab 1024
Jeremy Gale LD 609 12.0%
Beatrice Bass LD 526
Nigel Furness UKIP 334 6.6%
Glenn Kelly TUSC 91 1.8%

5th May 2011 (2 seats) [1 Grn gain from C]

Chris Hawtree Grn 1006 33.2%
Andrew Wealls C 972 32.1%
Jan Young C 932
Anthea Ballam Grn 819
Celia Barlow Lab 704 23.2%
Caroline Penn Lab 594
Mark Collins LD 347 11.5%
Rebecca Taylor LD 299

3rd May 2007 (2 seats)

Averil Older C 964 38.5%
Jan Young C 901
Simon Doyle LD 692 27.7%
Benjamin Herbert LD 667
Dave Walsh Grn 420 16.8%
Jacqueline da Costa Grn 333
Rachel Lyons Lab 317 12.7%
Bernie Katz Lab 304
Christopher Kilburn Protest 109 4.4%

1st May 2003 (2 seats)

Averil Older C 1092 38.4%
Jan Young C 1062
Jenny Barnard-Langston LD 884 31.1%
Mark Barnard LD 847
Christopher Wainwright Lab 544 19.1%
Alun Jones Lab 513
Michael Butler Grn 327 11.5%
Jacqueline Da Costa Grn 291

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