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Queen's Park Ward — Bournemouth

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 Bournemouth council in that year.

This ward was abolished or subjected to boundary changes in 2019.

7th May 2015 (3 seats)

Mark Anderson C 2081 39.1%
Cheryl Johnson C 1683
Stephen Macloughlin C 1482
Carol Ainge LD 969 18.2%
Anne Cassels Grn 820 15.4%
Jamie Pullman Lab 798 15.0%
Ann Williams Lab 683
Alasdair Keddie Grn 682
Duncan Ross Lab 657
Sadiq Hameed UKIP 657 12.3%
Neville Wylie UKIP 595
Peter Pull LD 549
Jonathan Crewe Grn 533

5th May 2011 (3 seats)

Mark Anderson C 1119 34.8%
Cheryl Johnson C 1019
Carol Ainge LD 844 26.2%
Stephen MacLoughlin C 842
Paul Johnson LD 538
Trevor Harris LD 434
Sharon Carr-Brown Lab 423 13.1%
Stephen Laughton Lab 375
Anne Cassels Grn 354 11.0%
Nicholas Atkinson UKIP 244 7.6%
David Hughes UKIP 239
Geoffrey Cooper Ind 233 7.2%
Jo Beaven UKIP 197
Stuart Ward Ind 150

1st May 2008 [By-election]

C 910 47.6%
LD 466 24.4%
UKIP 175 9.1%
Lab 149 7.8%
Ind 146 7.6%
Lib 67 3.5%

3rd May 2007 (3 seats) [2 C gains from LD]

Alexander Adams C 1343 54.9%
Mark Anderson C 1337
Carol Ainge LD 858 35.0%
Mike Carlile LD 751
Bill Brandwood LD 735
Sharon Carr-Brown Lab 247 10.1%
Michael Goff Lab 245

1st May 2003 (3 seats)

William Brandwood LD 1007 47.1%
Michael Carlile LD 1001
Richard Wall LD 937
Mark Anderson C 772 36.1%
Harriet Ramsden C 762
Helen Young C 717
Stephen Laughton Lab 319 14.9%
Jamal Raouf DorsetSW 42 2.0%

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