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Bransholme West Ward — Kingston upon Hull

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This ward was abolished or subjected to boundary changes in 2018.

7th May 2015

Mary O'Mullane Lab 1453 58.0%
Paul Salvidge UKIP 537 21.4%
Chloe Morgan C 213 8.5%
Colin Worrall Yorks1st 121 4.8%
Margaret Tompsett LD 74 3.0%
Gary Wareing HullRLab 59 2.4%
Yasmin Khan Grn 48 1.9%

22nd May 2014

Philip Webster Lab 596 47.6%
Colin Worrall UKIP 550 44.0%
David Woods LD 57 4.6%
Eden Barnes C 48 3.8%

5th May 2011

Helene O'Mullane Lab 1200 80.0%
Aimi Sugarman LD 199 13.3%
Colin Baxter C 101 6.7%

6th May 2010 (2 seats) [Resignation of Gordon Wilson]

Philip Webster Lab 1251 48.3%
Mary O'Mullane Lab 1171
Aimi Sugarman LD 676 26.1%
Charles Quinn LD 600
David Whellan C 264 10.2%
Benjamin Gretton Grn 243 9.4%
Peter Kitching Ind 154 6.0%

3rd May 2007

Gordon Wilson Lab 663 48.6%
Karen Mathieson LD 646 47.4%
David Whellan C 55 4.0%

4th May 2006

Leonard Bird Lab 625 61.3%
Richard Welton LD 394 38.7%

1st May 2003

Gordon Wilson Lab 823 69.2%
Karen Mathieson LD 162 13.6%
Richard Brown BNP 119 10.0%
Robert Harrison Ind 86 7.2%

2nd May 2002 (2 seats)

Leonard Bird Lab 663 61.8%
Gordon Wilson Lab 574
Susan King LD 316 29.5%
Robert Harrison LD 312
Patricia Cain-Penrose SocAll 94 8.8%

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