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Stoke Ward — Guildford

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2nd May 2019 (2 seats) [1 Lab gain from C]

Angela Gunning Lab 648 46.0%
James Walsh Lab 496
Lizzie Griffiths LD 424 30.1%
Paul Mackie C 338 24.0%
Tay-Jarl Andessen C 295

5th May 2016 [Resignation of Will Chesterfield; Lab gain from C]

James Walsh Lab 528 34.8%
Barry Keane C 497 32.8%
Hannah Thompson LD 492 32.4%

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

William Chesterfield C 855 30.8%
Angela Gunning Lab 780 28.1%
Joshua Martin C 744
Hannah Thompson LD 678 24.5%
Michael Hassell Lab 626
Stephen Wright LD 475
Maureen Craig UKIP 459 16.6%
Malik Azam UKIP 364

5th May 2011 (2 seats) [1 Lab gain from LD]

Angela Gunning Lab 659 35.7%
Zoe Franklin LD 610 33.1%
Michael Hassell Lab 589
Barry Keane C 575 31.2%
George Burr C 526
Ollie Clokie LD 462

11th September 2008 [By-election]

LD 864 56.0%
C 410 26.6%
Lab 211 13.7%
UKIP 59 3.8%

3rd May 2007 (2 seats) [2 LD gains from Lab]

Melanie Wilberforce LD 975 52.9%
Alan Muhammed LD 930
Angela Gunning Lab 517 28.1%
Michael Hassell Lab 448
Gwen Smith C 350 19.0%
Kenneth Johns C 344

1st May 2003 (2 seats)

Brian Chesterton Lab 994 43.8%
Angela Gunning Lab 989
Thibault-Charles Jamme LD 651 28.7%
Stephen Wright LD 584
Michael Catton C 436 19.2%
Kenneth Johns C 336
Francis McAllister BNP 187 8.2%

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