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Mortlake and Barnes Common Ward — Richmond upon Thames

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3rd May 2018

22nd May 2014 (3 seats)

Gemma Curran-Stockley C 1844 45.1%
Paul Avon C 1809
Richard Martin C 1630
Michael Dingemans LD 907 22.2%
Hong Dyer LD 856
Anton McNulty-Howard LD 665
James Page Grn 500 12.2%
Simon Danciger Ind 454 11.1%
Steph Aldridge Grn 436
Leonard Griffiths Lab 386 9.4%
Ayar Ata Lab 383
Derek Somers Lab 326
Anthony Breslin Grn 275

6th May 2010 (3 seats) [3 C gains from LD]

Paul Avon C 2809 41.1%
Gemma Stockley C 2685
Richard Martin C 2554
Anna Davies LD 2290 33.5%
Merlene Emerson LD 1992
Richard Pyne LD 1738
James Page Grn 713 10.4%
Simon Danciger Ind 558 8.2%
Ayar Ata Lab 471 6.9%
Brian Matthews Lab 468
Barnaby Marder Lab 423

4th May 2006 (3 seats) [3 LD gains from C]

Eleanor Stanier LD 1750 48.1%
Anna Davies LD 1722
Zoe McLeod LD 1695
Jonathan de Florio C 1673 46.0%
John Earl C 1644
Clive Hills C 1623
Brian Matthews Lab 215 5.9%
Barbara Underwood Lab 208
Barnaby Marder Lab 185

2nd May 2002 (3 seats)

Carolyn Hoy C 1112 39.9%
Malcolm McAlister C 1098
John Saunders C 1081
Eleanor Stanier LD 850 30.5%
Margaret Saunders LD 838
Barry Longford Lab 823 29.6%
Brian Matthews Lab 814
Marco Martinez LD 792
Barnaby Marder Lab 756

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