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Lockleaze Ward — Bristol

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

22nd May 2014 [Lab gain from LD]

Gill Kirk Lab 1071 37.8%
Sean Emmett LD 719 25.4%
Pearleta Hopkins UKIP 452 15.9%
Chrissie Quinnell Grn 309 10.9%
Darien Jay C 242 8.5%
Roger Thomas TUSC 41 1.4%

2nd May 2013 [Lab gain from LD]

Estella Tincknell Lab 960 46.4%
Guy Poultney LD 624 30.2%
Stephanie North C 257 12.4%
Chrissy Quinnell Grn 228 11.0%

6th May 2010

Sean Emmett LD 1920 39.7%
Thomas Newman Lab 1551 32.1%
Philip Pomeroy-Hutton C 814 16.8%
John Hooper BNP 216 4.5%
Christina Quinnell Grn 214 4.4%
Jon Baker EDP 117 2.4%

4th June 2009

Guy Poultney LD 923 36.5%
David Bradley Lab 516 20.4%
Jerry Hicks Respect 377 14.9%
Tony Lee C 309 12.2%
John Hooper BNP 210 8.3%
Christina Quinnell Grn 191 7.6%

4th May 2006

Sean Emmett LD 1091 40.2%
Jerry Hicks Respect 679 25.0%
Gregory Green Lab 554 20.4%
Christina Quinnell Grn 251 9.3%
Richard Manns C 138 5.1%

5th May 2005

Emma Bagley LD 1880 47.4%
Kerry Barker Lab 1542 38.9%
Christina Quartley C 488 12.3%
Roger Thomas SocAlt 59 1.5%

2nd May 2002

Sean Emmett LD 1492 56.8%
Nichola Barton Lab 797 30.3%
Matthew Stallabrass C 236 9.0%
Vince Jones Grn 51 1.9%
Roger Thomas SocAlt 51 1.9%

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