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Kingsholm and Wotton Ward — Gloucester

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This ward was abolished or subjected to boundary changes in 2016.

7th May 2015

Sebastian Field LD 1082 34.6%
Matthew Stevens C 777 24.9%
Jonathan Hoad Lab 758 24.3%
Mike Smith UKIP 283 9.1%
Jonathan Ingleby Grn 225 7.2%

22nd May 2014

Jeremy Hilton LD 880 52.0%
Jonathan Hoad Lab 342 20.2%
Matthew Stevens C 317 18.7%
Jonathan Ingleby Grn 153 9.0%

5th May 2011

Sebastian Field LD 785 40.1%
David Hitchings Lab 487 24.9%
Matthew Stevens C 481 24.6%
Jonathan Ingleby Grn 108 5.5%
Daryl Stanbury UKIP 97 5.0%

6th May 2010

Jeremy Hilton LD 1394 45.6%
Matthew Stevens C 840 27.5%
David Hitchings Lab 692 22.6%
Jonathan Ingleby Grn 132 4.3%

3rd May 2007

Sebastian Field LD 949 52.6%
Robert Gough C 599 33.2%
Judith Robinson Lab 255 14.1%

4th May 2006

Jeremy Hilton LD 974 52.9%
Christine Lyle C 573 31.1%
Katherine Haigh Lab 293 15.9%

1st May 2003

Michael Power LD 925 55.6%
Robert Moreland C 544 32.7%
Terence Haines Lab 142 8.5%
Richard Edwards UKIP 52 3.1%

2nd May 2002 (2 seats)

Jeremy Hilton LD 786 42.7%
Michael Power LD 687
Robert Moreland C 638
Eric Ede C 630 34.3%
Sarah Everett Lab 340 18.5%
Susan Hitchings Lab 320
Jonathan Ingleby CPA 83 4.5%

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