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Wish Ward — Brighton and Hove

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2nd May 2019 (2 seats)

Robert Nemeth C 1531 36.8%
Garry Peltzer Dunn C 1421
Alex Braithwaite Lab 1275 30.6%
Adam Imanpour Lab 1107
Andrew Coleman Grn 973 23.4%
Alasdair Howie Grn 521
Al Emery LD 262 6.3%
Gemma Furness UKIP 121 2.9%

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

Robert Nemeth C 2102 37.8%
Garry Peltzer Dunn C 2054
Anne Pissaridou Lab 1856 33.3%
Edward Crask Lab 1764
Sue Baumgardt Grn 819 14.7%
Anton Simanowitz Grn 457
Al Emery LD 308 5.5%
William Harden UKIP 300 5.4%
Caroline Wray UKIP 219
Mark Barnard Ind 183 3.3%
Angus Gow Ind 108

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

Anne Pissaridou Lab 1348 35.8%
Garry Dunn C 1310 34.8%
Ted Kemble C 1183
Christine Robinson Lab 1144
Sue Baumgardt Grn 540 14.3%
Jenny Barnard-Langston Ind 301 8.0%
Anton Simanowitz Grn 299
Mark Barnard Ind 244
Bob Bailey LD 170 4.5%
Daniel Russell LD 119
Richard Allden UKIP 100 2.7%

3rd May 2007 (2 seats)

Garry Dunn C 1596 47.4%
Ted Kemble C 1523
Mark Wright Lab 814 24.2%
Malcolm Prescott Lab 801
Liz Wakefield Grn 458 13.6%
Sally Glaskin Grn 271
Mark Collins LD 269 8.0%
Dinah Staples LD 250
Mark Stack Protest 229 6.8%

1st May 2003 (2 seats)

Garry Dunn C 1616 43.0%
Edward Kemble C 1522
Heather James Lab 1368 36.4%
Patrick Murphy Lab 1242
Stephen Potts LD 454 12.1%
Susan Baumgardt Grn 324 8.6%
Robert Stockman LD 296
Elizabeth Wakefield Grn 215

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