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St George West Ward — Bristol

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 Bristol council in that year.

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

7th May 2015

Sue Milestone Lab 2101 36.7%
Matthew Whitney Grn 1148 20.0%
David Lewis C 934 16.3%
Claire Frost UKIP 901 15.7%
Tony Potter LD 557 9.7%
Wayne Coombes TUSC 86 1.5%

22nd May 2014 [By-election]

Sue Milestone Lab 1141 39.4%
Chloe Somers Grn 494 17.1%
David Lewis C 425 14.7%
Tony Potter LD 387 13.4%
Jane Westhead IfB 354 12.2%
Tom Boyd TUSC 93 3.2%

2nd May 2013

Ron Stone Lab 1052 46.7%
Philip Collins UKIP 520 23.1%
Tony Potter LD 284 12.6%
Ben Appleby Grn 174 7.7%
Sarah Cleave C 168 7.5%
Bernie Lyons TUSC 54 2.4%

5th May 2011

Peter Hammond Lab 1346 42.0%
Tony Potter LD 936 29.2%
Sylvia Windows C 432 13.5%
Genevieve Liveley Grn 229 7.2%
Eddie Tranter EDP 181 5.7%
Bernie Lyons TUSC 78 2.4%

4th June 2009

Ron Stone Lab 892 31.7%
Emma Nyhan LD 801 28.4%
Colin Bretherton C 436 15.5%
Nick Foster Grn 293 10.4%
Chris Stocks BNP 211 7.5%
Lee Pickering EDP 185 6.6%

3rd May 2007

John Deasy Lab 1118 38.2%
Angelo Agathangelou C 1077 36.8%
Tony Potter LD 729 24.9%

5th May 2005

Ronald Stone Lab 2218 46.9%
Anthony Potter LD 1311 27.7%
Alexander Culley C 871 18.4%
Samantha Pullinger Grn 329 7.0%

1st May 2003

John Deasy Lab 1044 44.9%
Gordon Williams LD 525 22.6%
Charles Alexander C 438 18.8%
John Francom Bristoln 182 7.8%
David Mowat Grn 135 5.8%

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