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Mid Holderness Ward — East Riding

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2nd May 2019 (3 seats)

John Holtby C 1592 33.7%
Jacob Birch C 1368
Brian Skow C 1221
Matthew Grove Ind 1128 23.8%
Andy Shead Yorks 862 18.2%
Jayne Birkett Lab 638 13.5%
James Ireland Lab 563
Colin Stoneman Lab 550
Eliza Whitaker LD 510 10.8%

7th May 2015 (3 seats)

John Holtby C 3516 46.1%
Peter Turner C 3019
Brian Skow C 2628
Andy Weaver UKIP 2170 28.5%
Mary Carrick Lab 1936 25.4%
Nidge Thornton Lab 1865
David Beech Lab 1823

2nd May 2013 [Resignation of Matthew Grove]

John Holtby C 1353 38.9%
Gary Shores UKIP 1269 36.5%
George McManus Lab 852 24.5%

5th May 2011 (3 seats)

Matthew Grove C 2331 49.0%
Peter Turner C 2255
Brian Skow C 1910
Judy Dickinson Lab 1513 31.8%
Jan Davis Lab 1471
Trevor Whatmore Lab 1174
John Leeman LD 910 19.1%

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

Matthew Grove C 1891 42.9%
Peter Turner C 1889
Brian Skow C 1675
Stewart Willie LD 1584 36.0%
Maureen Wastling LD 1571
Diana Hoskins LD 1436
Neil Watts Lab 559 12.7%
David Sweet Lab 494
Cherie Blenkin Ind 369 8.4%
David Skinner Ind 316

1st May 2003 (3 seats)

Maureen Wastling LD 1659 43.3%
Diana Hoskins LD 1512
Stewart Willie LD 1481
Paul Foxton C 1405 36.7%
Andrew Baldwin C 1241
Andrew Harris C 1230
Mary Carrick Lab 766 20.0%

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