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South Ham Ward — Basingstoke and Deane

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 Basingstoke and Deane council in that year.

This ward was abolished or subjected to boundary changes in 2021.

2nd May 2019

Gary Watts Lab 1002 56.8%
Marcus Simpson C 540 30.6%
Stephen Whitechurch LD 222 12.6%

3rd May 2018

Sean Keating Lab 1052 53.4%
Lily Turner C 684 34.7%
Alan Simpson UKIP 139 7.1%
Ted Blackmore-Squires LD 96 4.9%

5th May 2016

Colin Regan Lab 1134 52.3%
Alan Simpson UKIP 582 26.8%
Rebecca Sanders C 452 20.8%

7th May 2015

Gary Watts Lab 1654 41.2%
Rebecca Sanders C 1322 32.9%
Malik Azam UKIP 818 20.4%
Stephen Whitechurch LD 219 5.5%

22nd May 2014

Sean Keating Lab 1017 44.0%
Alan Simpson UKIP 725 31.4%
Brian Simmonds C 457 19.8%
Ted Blackmore-Squires LD 111 4.8%

3rd May 2012

Colin Regan Lab 977 56.2%
Jim Holder C 328 18.9%
Duncan Stone UKIP 277 15.9%
Madeline Hussey LD 157 9.0%

5th May 2011 [Lab gain from C]

Gary Watts Lab 1359 54.0%
Rebecca Sanders C 852 33.8%
Madeline Hussey LD 307 12.2%

6th May 2010

Sean Keating Lab 1606 39.2%
John Holley C 1495 36.5%
Janice Spalding LD 995 24.3%

1st May 2008 (3 seats)

Gerry Traynor Lab 1056 44.1%
Richard Court C 1023 42.7%
Sean Keating Lab 941
Lee Jones C 913
Roger Gardiner C 911
Gary Watts Lab 869
Kevin Oxlade LD 318 13.3%
Madeline Hussey LD 249
Benjamin Heley LD 225

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