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Newington Ward — Thanet

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2nd May 2019 (2 seats) [2 Lab gains from UKIP]

Karen Constantine Lab 412 50.9%
Rick Everitt Lab 365
Katie Gerrard Grn 209 25.8%
David Spicer C 188 23.2%
Sandra Spicer C 181

30th June 2016 [Resignation of Mo Leys]

Roy Potts UKIP 295 40.2%
David Green Lab 281 38.3%
Adam Dark C 125 17.0%
Matthew Brown LD 33 4.5%

21st January 2016 [Resignation of Vince Munday; Lab gain from UKIP]

Karen Constantine Lab 288 37.7%
Duncan Smithson UKIP 229 30.0%
Adam Dark C 156 20.4%
Alan Hodder Ind 49 6.4%
Ian Driver Grn 20 2.6%
Jordan Williams LD 12 1.6%
Grahame Birchall Ind 10 1.3%

7th May 2015 (2 seats) [2 UKIP gains from Lab]

Mo Leys UKIP 884 44.2%
Vince Munday UKIP 845
Karen Constantine Lab 728 36.4%
David Green Lab 713
Daphne Sharp C 390 19.5%
Jill Bayford C 363

5th May 2011 (2 seats)

Mike Harrison Lab 705 65.6%
Richard Nicholson Lab 702
Wynette Marsh C 370 34.4%
Phil Simpson C 351

3rd May 2007 (2 seats)

Mike Harrison Lab 471 44.3%
Richard Nicholson Lab 438
Julia Beer Ramsgate 268 25.2%
David Dilliway C 208 19.6%
Mark Ezekiel C 197
Valerie Shayler Ramsgate 196
Peter Condie UKIP 116 10.9%

1st May 2003 (2 seats)

Michael Harrison Lab 532 58.4%
Richard Nicholson Lab 498
Kevin Williams Ind 235 25.8%
Peter Booth C 144 15.8%
Jean Dilliway C 140

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