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Stapenhill Ward — East Staffordshire

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2nd May 2019 (3 seats) [1 C gain from UKIP]

Alison Legg Lab 534 41.4%
Michael Fitzpatrick Lab 519
Becky Brady C 511 39.6%
Craig Jones Lab 401
Lynda Peters C 397
Helen Smart C 369
Robert Sharratt Grn 246 19.1%

26th May 2016 [Resignation of Steven Dyche; Lab gain from UKIP]

Craig Jones Lab 536 44.3%
Sally Green UKIP 348 28.8%
Michael Teasel C 208 17.2%
Susan Paxton Ind 75 6.2%
Thomas Hadley Grn 24 2.0%
Hugh Warner LD 18 1.5%

7th May 2015 (3 seats) [1 UKIP gain from Lab]

Alison Legg Lab 1251 31.8%
Michael Fitzpatrick Lab 1235
Steven Dyche UKIP 1228 31.2%
Mike Ackroyd C 963 24.5%
John McKiernan Lab 865
Raymond Cooper C 819
Mick Teasel C 714
Neil Champ Grn 488 12.4%

5th May 2011 (3 seats)

Michael Fitzpatrick Lab 913 43.3%
Alison Legg Lab 891
Susan Grier Lab 825
Ray Cooper C 584 27.7%
Lynda Peters C 487
Mike Ackroyd C 474
Clive Jones BNP 342 16.2%
Alex Maloney Ind 269 12.8%

3rd May 2007 (3 seats)

Alison Legg Lab 962 47.5%
Susan Grier Lab 707
Michael Fitzpatrick Lab 685
Clive Jones BNP 592 29.2%
Susan Rose C 473 23.3%
Graham Morgan C 468
Maria Guest C 400

8th September 2005 [By-election]

Lab 624 66.6%
C 268 28.6%
UKIP 45 4.8%

1st May 2003 (3 seats)

Thomas Dawn Lab 1436 71.1%
Susan Grier Lab 1180
Douglas Haw Lab 1139
Eveline Clarke C 585 28.9%
Graham Morgan C 569
Maria Guest C 518

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