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Colney Heath Ward — St Albans

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2nd May 2019

Chris Brazier LD 1022 57.6%
Susan Devi C 421 23.7%
Andrew Osborne Lab 174 9.8%
James Ryan Grn 157 8.9%

3rd May 2018

Jamie Day LD 853 53.1%
David Johns C 434 27.0%
Eileen Francis Lab 242 15.1%
Thomas Langton Grn 78 4.9%

7th May 2015

Christopher Brazier LD 1421 43.8%
Stella Nash C 994 30.6%
John Paton Lab 417 12.8%
Chris Thorpe UKIP 255 7.9%
Tim Robinson Grn 159 4.9%

22nd May 2014

Jamie Day LD 751 41.3%
Jonathan Marks C 353 19.4%
Christopher Thorpe UKIP 339 18.6%
John Paton Lab 273 15.0%
Steve Clough Grn 104 5.7%

5th May 2011

Chris Brazier LD 1191 59.8%
Jonathan Marks C 467 23.5%
Jane Hobday Lab 234 11.8%
Robert Barton Grn 98 4.9%

6th May 2010

Jamie Day LD 1555 50.0%
Lynn Myland C 1139 36.7%
Michael Mulholland Lab 298 9.6%
Robert Barton Grn 115 3.7%

3rd May 2007

Chris Brazier LD 1114 67.3%
Joanne Vessey C 403 24.3%
Richard Bruckdorfer Lab 77 4.6%
Rosalind Hardy Grn 62 3.7%

4th May 2006 [LD gain from C]

Ian Day LD 823 49.3%
Alan Cloke C 616 36.9%
Gordon Watson Lab 146 8.7%
Peter Eggleston Grn 84 5.0%

1st May 2003

Christopher Brazier LD 972 58.1%
David Johns C 522 31.2%
David McLean Lab 179 10.7%

2nd May 2002

David Clarke C 621 44.0%
Christopher Brazier LD 514 36.4%
David McLean Lab 276 19.6%

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