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Wescott Ward — Wokingham

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2nd May 2019 [LD gain from C]

Maria Gee LD 755 35.1%
Julian McGhee-Sumner C 723 33.6%
James Box Lab 503 23.4%
Rema Heffernan Grn 173 8.0%

5th May 2016

Oliver Whittle C 808 53.7%
Tahir Mahir LD 283 18.8%
Nadine Masseron Lab 224 14.9%
David Chapman Grn 189 12.6%

7th May 2015

Julian Sumner C 1592 50.9%
Olufemi Obileye LD 557 17.8%
Paul Sharples Lab 358 11.5%
David Chapman Grn 334 10.7%
Ellison Withe UKIP 285 9.1%

3rd May 2012

Bob Wyatt C 679 51.2%
Kazek Lokuciewski Grn 187 14.1%
John Woodward Lab 166 12.5%
James Leask LD 158 11.9%
Stella Howell UKIP 135 10.2%

5th May 2011

Julian McGhee-Sumner C 1125 54.3%
David Vaughan LD 426 20.6%
John Woodward Lab 268 12.9%
Martyn Foss Grn 135 6.5%
Marcus Ellis UKIP 118 5.7%

1st May 2008

Bob Wyatt C 929 60.2%
David Vaughan LD 304 19.7%
Frank Carstairs UKIP 164 10.6%
John Woodward Lab 102 6.6%
Mark Burke BNP 44 2.9%

3rd May 2007

Julian McGhee-Sumner C 933 60.0%
Gregory Newman LD 366 23.5%
Franklin Carstairs UKIP 168 10.8%
John Baker Lab 88 5.7%

10th June 2004 (2 seats)

Robert Wyatt C 941 50.9%
John Green C 877
David Vaughan LD 498 26.9%
Joyce Wise LD 355
Franklin Carstairs UKIP 225 12.2%
Anna Nemeth Lab 186 10.1%

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