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Potters Bar Oakmere Ward — Hertsmere

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This ward was abolished or subjected to boundary changes in 2019.

2nd May 2019

7th May 2015 (3 seats)

Christine Lyon C 2005 54.9%
Jean Heywood C 1650
Penny Swallow C 1553
Jennifer Bolton Lab 1144 31.3%
Chris Shellard Lab 1064
John Doolan Lab 1051
Bob Calcutt Ind 506 13.8%

22nd May 2014

Ruth Lyon C 793 43.7%
John Impey UKIP 533 29.4%
John Doolan Lab 407 22.4%
Saif al-Saadoon LD 81 4.5%

3rd May 2012

Penny Swallow C 736 47.0%
John Doolam Lab 444 28.4%
David Rutter UKIP 291 18.6%
Michael Willett LD 95 6.1%

5th May 2011

Robert Calcutt C 1092 54.1%
John Doolan Lab 566 28.0%
David Rutter UKIP 236 11.7%
Michael Willett LD 125 6.2%

6th May 2010

James Ricks C 2190 65.6%
Michael Nkrumah Lab 1148 34.4%

1st May 2008

Martin Heywood C 1187 71.2%
Russell Ramshaw Lab 480 28.8%

3rd May 2007

Robert Calcutt C 1199 75.1%
Russell Ramshaw Lab 398 24.9%

4th May 2006

Shirley Legate C 1242 66.2%
James Hurd LD 320 17.0%
Russell Ramshaw Lab 315 16.8%

10th June 2004

Martin Heywood C 1311 68.5%
Russell Ramshaw Lab 602 31.5%

1st May 2003

Robert Calcutt C 953 68.9%
Ann Harrison Lab 431 31.1%

2nd May 2002

Shirley Legate C 1125 62.1%
Ann Harrison Lab 686 37.9%

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