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St James Ward — Tendring

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

6th April 2017 [Death of John Hughes; C gain from UKIP]

Maurice Alexander C 371 47.9%
Teresa O'Hara UKIP 174 22.5%
Wendy Brown Lab 116 15.0%
Sean Duffy LD 99 12.8%
Rosemary Dodds Grn 15 1.9%

7th May 2015 (2 seats) [1 UKIP gain from C]

Martyn Hughes UKIP 933 38.7%
Chris Griffiths C 848 35.2%
Maurice Alexander C 770
Teresa O'Hara UKIP 741
Denis Barry-Smith Lab 385 16.0%
Tony Fawcett Ind 244 10.1%

26th September 2013 [Death of Gill Downing]

Andy Wood C 445 49.8%
Susan Shearing UKIP 196 21.9%
Dave Bolton Lab 135 15.1%
Mark Stephenson Tendring 82 9.2%
Amanda Peters LD 35 3.9%

5th May 2011 (2 seats)

Chris Griffiths C 766 52.3%
Gill Downing C 718
David Rose Tendring 276 18.9%
Wendy Brown Lab 256 17.5%
Kim Rawlins Lab 207
Mike Vaughan-Chatfield Tendring 191
James Horsler Grn 87 5.9%
John Candler LD 79 5.4%
Ann Whitson LD 44

3rd May 2007 (2 seats)

Chris Griffiths C 727 53.1%
Gill Downing C 671
Susan Marcus Tendring 280 20.5%
Linda Allen Tendring 250
David Bolton Lab 195 14.3%
Christine Jarvis LD 166 12.1%

1st May 2003 (2 seats)

Christopher Griffiths C 403 32.4%
Gill Downing C 384
Gloria Bargent LD 376 30.2%
Charles Harrison LD 253
David Bolton Lab 249 20.0%
Martyn Hughes Ind 215 17.3%
Roy Raby Lab 214

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