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Little Baddow, Danbury and Sandon Ward — Chelmsford

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2nd May 2019 (3 seats)

Ian Wright C 1431 59.2%
Bob Shepherd C 1421
Richard Ambor C 1230
David Whiteing LD 553 22.9%
Edward Longford LD 447
Colin Budgey Grn 435 18.0%
Sue Baker LD 394

7th May 2015 (3 seats)

Richard Ambor C 2967 53.7%
Ian Wright C 2956
Bob Shepherd C 2922
Tim Clayton UKIP 977 17.7%
David Whiteing LD 551 10.0%
Rory Carlton Grn 529 9.6%
John Devane Lab 497 9.0%
Lawrence O'Brien LD 455
Nicola Nunn LD 453

5th May 2011 (3 seats)

Robert Shepherd C 2280 64.1%
Ian Wright C 2264
Christopher Kingsley C 2263
Lawrence O'Brien LD 455 12.8%
Colin Budgey Grn 449 12.6%
Diana Smith Lab 374 10.5%
Andrew Bell LD 327
Alan Carpenter Lab 303
Paul Moore LD 284
Donald Newton Lab 266

3rd May 2007 (3 seats)

Ian Wright C 1765 73.1%
Robert Shepherd C 1763
Christopher Kingsley C 1746
David Whiteing LD 469 19.4%
Lawrence O'Brien LD 376
Mary Bastick LD 328
Steve Forte Lab 180 7.5%
Sue Willis Lab 179
Ian Ward Lab 152

11th November 2004 [By-election]

C 940 57.7%
LD 445 27.3%
UKIP 94 5.8%
Grn 91 5.6%
Lab 60 3.7%

1st May 2003 (3 seats)

Maurice Hurrell C 1343 60.1%
Ian Wright C 1327
Christopher Kingsley C 1306
Lawrence O'Brien LD 388 17.4%
Colin Budgey Grn 350 15.7%
Paul Chaplin LD 250
Lester Crichton LD 235
Donald Newton Lab 152 6.8%

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