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Local Elections Archive Project

South Portslade Ward — Brighton and Hove

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2nd May 2019 (2 seats)

Les Hamilton Lab 1467 51.2%
Alan Robins Lab 1317
Jamie Gillespie C 454 15.8%
Fiona Bennett Grn 453 15.8%
Danielle Harmer-Strange C 375
Simon Gulliver Grn 254
Ken Rist LD 252 8.8%
Kenneth Nightingale UKIP 241 8.4%
Marjorie Leeds LD 208

7th May 2015 (2 seats)

Les Hamilton Lab 2192 43.4%
Alan Robins Lab 2049
Danielle Harmer-Strange C 1576 31.2%
Adrian Scott C 1208
James Brooks Grn 549 10.9%
Martin White UKIP 500 9.9%
Jamie Gillespie UKIP 496
David Pleavin Grn 348
Ken Rist LD 228 4.5%
Peter Denyer LD 205

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

Leslie Hamilton Lab 1580 50.5%
Alan Robins Lab 1234
Stephen Harbor-Wade C 941 30.1%
Steve Harmer-Strange C 830
Cathy Marchand Grn 398 12.7%
Steve Watson Grn 263
Ken Rist LD 208 6.7%
Peter Denyer LD 180

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

Les Hamilton Lab 1119 40.3%
Steve Harmer-Strange C 1061 38.2%
Peter Lockyer C 1041
Sue John Lab 998
Kate Chapman Grn 315 11.4%
Ken Rist LD 279 10.1%
Peter Denyer LD 242
Steve Watson Grn 189

1st May 2003 (2 seats)

Leslie Hamilton Lab 1347 38.5%
Sue John Lab 1085
Richard Biggs C 835 23.8%
Steve Collier Ind 804 23.0%
Michael Long C 718
Nicola Searle LD 303 8.6%
Neville Searle LD 287
Christopher Fry Grn 214 6.1%
Janette Ackroyd Grn 206

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