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Harrietsham and Lenham Ward — Maidstone

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2nd May 2019

Tom Sams Ind 1107 57.5%
Chris Roots C 638 33.1%
Susan Parr Grn 105 5.5%
Stephen Rogers Lab 75 3.9%

3rd May 2018

Janetta Sams Ind 995 54.8%
Karen Chappell-Tay C 650 35.8%
Greg Levitt Lab 106 5.8%
Susan Parr Grn 65 3.6%

7th May 2015

Tom Sams Ind 1308 39.9%
Patrik Garten C 1053 32.2%
Mike Williams UKIP 601 18.4%
Peter Underwood Lab 200 6.1%
Stephen Coddrington-Clarke LD 113 3.5%

22nd May 2014 (2 seats) [Resignation of Tom Sams; Ind gain from C]

Janetta Sams Ind 979 44.3%
Eddie Powel UKIP 573 26.0%
John Barned C 527 23.9%
Marino Michaelas C 505
Mike Williams UKIP 479
Jean Harvey Lab 129 5.8%
Geoff Harvey Lab 101

5th May 2011

Tom Sams Ind 1175 55.3%
Maz Michaelas C 827 38.9%
Jeanne Gibson Lab 122 5.7%

6th May 2010

John Barned C 1451 46.4%
Janetta Sams Ind 1394 44.6%
Gill Annan Lab 280 9.0%

3rd May 2007 [Ind gain from Lab]

Tom Sams Ind 941 45.8%
Gary Cooke C 834 40.6%
Stephen Morris LD 230 11.2%
Sarah Goodwin Grn 50 2.4%

4th May 2006 [C gain from Lab]

David Marshall C 1079 57.5%
Tom Sams Lab 797 42.5%

1st May 2003

Janetta Sams Lab 709 44.6%
David Marshall C 674 42.4%
Stephen Morris LD 205 12.9%

2nd May 2002 (2 seats)

Tom Sams Lab 830 43.3%
Janetta Sams Lab 651
Richard Allen C 649 33.9%
Barbara Harris LD 437 22.8%
Stephen Morris LD 321

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