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Kings Park Ward — Kingston upon Hull

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 Kingston upon Hull council in that year.

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

5th May 2016

Charles Quinn LD 1402 58.9%
Theresa Vaughan Lab 576 24.2%
Glenn Brown UKIP 270 11.3%
Dehenna Davison C 133 5.6%

7th May 2015

Daniel Brown Lab 2298 46.1%
Antony Pelham UKIP 1055 21.2%
Connor Ferguson C 925 18.5%
Sarita Robinson LD 544 10.9%
Samantha Spencer-Lambert Grn 166 3.3%

3rd May 2012

Charles Quinn LD 973 48.5%
Gwen Lunn Lab 945 47.1%
Colin Baxter C 89 4.4%

5th May 2011 [Lab gain from LD]

Danny Brown Lab 1211 47.2%
Carl Minns LD 1062 41.4%
Thomas Harlow C 171 6.7%
Mark Gretton Grn 124 4.8%

1st May 2008

Elaine Garland LD 966 64.5%
Brian Petch Lab 335 22.4%
Andrew Allison C 197 13.2%

3rd May 2007

Carl Minns LD 917 60.5%
John Nicholson Lab 414 27.3%
Andrew Allison C 150 9.9%
Janet McCoid Ind 34 2.2%

10th June 2004

Elaine Garland LD 1218 55.6%
Kathryn Nicholson Lab 451 20.6%
Paul Buckley BNP 374 17.1%
Sheila Airey C 147 6.7%

1st May 2003

Carl Minns LD 716 55.6%
Daniel Brown Lab 363 28.2%
Katharina Hancock Ind 152 11.8%
Sheila Airey C 56 4.4%

2nd May 2002 (2 seats)

Elaine Garland LD 998 68.9%
Carl Minns LD 867
William Haughey Lab 397 27.4%
John Nicholson Lab 335
Wayne Hanson C 53 3.7%
David Whellan C 38

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