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Local Elections Archive Project

Avonmouth Ward — Bristol

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This ward was abolished or subjected to boundary changes in 2016.

22nd May 2014 [C gain from Lab]

Matthew Melias C 1067 31.3%
John Bees Lab 1051 30.9%
Spud Murphy UKIP 878 25.8%
Justin Quinnell Grn 149 4.4%
Stephen Norman Ind 135 4.0%
Ian Campion-Smith LD 108 3.2%
Patrick Hulme TUSC 16 0.5%

2nd May 2013

Wayne Harvey C 1068 39.4%
Nicola Bowden-Jones Lab 824 30.4%
Spud Murphy UKIP 648 23.9%
Justin Quinnell Grn 80 2.9%
Ian Campion-Smith LD 64 2.4%
Patrick Hulme TUSC 28 1.0%

6th May 2010 [Lab gain from C]

Doug Naysmith Lab 1879 32.7%
Spud Murphy C 1878 32.7%
Ian Campion-Smith LD 1280 22.3%
Philip Brimson BNP 330 5.7%
Craig Clarke EDP 224 3.9%
Geoff Collard Grn 155 2.7%

4th June 2009 [C gain from Lab]

Siobhan Kennedy-Hall C 1169 34.6%
Brian Mead Lab 943 27.9%
Ron George BNP 375 11.1%
Pauline Allen LD 360 10.7%
Stephen Wright EDP 294 8.7%
Justin Quinnell Grn 238 7.0%

4th May 2006

Spud Murphy C 1694 48.2%
Karin Smyth Lab 1306 37.2%
Donald Brown Grn 257 7.3%
David Wheeler LD 254 7.2%

5th May 2005

Terence Cook Lab 2522 47.1%
Christopher Windows C 1406 26.3%
David Wheeler LD 1111 20.8%
Stephen Norman Ind 311 5.8%

2nd May 2002

Spud Murphy C 1428 44.0%
Celia Lukins Lab 1339 41.3%
Martyn Dunn LD 365 11.3%
Luke Burns Grn 112 3.5%

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