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Kingsweston Ward — Bristol

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

22nd May 2014

Tim Leaman LD 745 26.4%
Terence Thomas UKIP 720 25.5%
Mike Thorne Lab 654 23.2%
Barbara Lewis C 489 17.3%
Ben Appleby Grn 195 6.9%
Caroline Vincent TUSC 22 0.8%

2nd May 2013 [IfB gain from LD]

Jason Budd IfB 620 27.6%
Mike Thorne Lab 584 26.0%
Alex Smethurst LD 521 23.2%
Barbara Lewis C 404 18.0%
Lela McTernan Grn 77 3.4%
Roger Thomas TUSC 40 1.8%

6th May 2010 [LD gain from Lab]

Tim Leaman LD 1659 35.2%
John Bees Lab 1427 30.2%
Adrian Clarke C 1195 25.3%
Terence Thomas Ind 263 5.6%
Jackie Hearn Grn 175 3.7%

4th June 2009 [LD gain from Lab]

Simon Rayner LD 1396 47.3%
Adrian Clarke C 667 22.6%
Jude Price Lab 550 18.6%
Jacqueline Hearn Grn 340 11.5%

4th May 2006

John Bees Lab 1078 36.4%
Joanna Prescott LD 1040 35.1%
Anthony Smith C 614 20.7%
Geoff Collard Grn 233 7.9%

5th May 2005

Judith Price Lab 1556 34.9%
Joanne Prescott LD 1532 34.4%
Michael Cobb C 941 21.1%
Terence Thomas Ind 429 9.6%

2nd May 2002

John Bees Lab 1049 38.6%
Terence Thomas LD 827 30.4%
Michael Cobb C 702 25.8%
John Hills Grn 95 3.5%
Brian Drummond SocAll 48 1.8%

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