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Ripley and Marehay Ward — Amber Valley

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2nd May 2019

Ron Ashton C 618 40.3%
Ian Fisher Lab 587 38.3%
Tim Ford UKIP 158 10.3%
Chris Oakley LD 104 6.8%
Michael Sharpe EDP 65 4.2%

5th May 2016

Mick Wilson Lab 640 42.0%
Matt Murray C 560 36.8%
John Pass UKIP 237 15.6%
Tony Youens Grn 46 3.0%
Clym Stock-Williams LD 25 1.6%
Michael Sharpe NF 15 1.0%

7th May 2015 [C gain from Lab]

Ronald Ashton C 1273 42.5%
Lyndsay Cox Lab 1089 36.3%
Garry Smith UKIP 454 15.2%
Phil Taylor Grn 109 3.6%
Fay Whitehead LD 71 2.4%

3rd May 2012 [Lab gain from C]

Mick Wilson Lab 891 51.3%
Ron Ashton C 639 36.8%
Alan Edwards BNP 130 7.5%
Michael Bedford LD 76 4.4%

5th May 2011

Lyndsay Cox Lab 946 47.3%
Liam Rhodes C 757 37.8%
Kenneth Cooper BNP 170 8.5%
Michael Bedford LD 128 6.4%

17th September 2009 [By-election]

Lab 585 52.4%
C 531 47.6%

1st May 2008

Ron Ashton C 827 49.3%
Lyndsay Cox Lab 482 28.7%
Ken Cooper BNP 369 22.0%

3rd May 2007

Geoff Carlile Lab 714 42.3%
Robert Phillips-Forsyth C 597 35.3%
Paul Snell BNP 197 11.7%
Phil Boothroyd LD 181 10.7%

10th June 2004

Linda Cope C 972 50.8%
Michael Missett Lab 941 49.2%

1st May 2003

Geoffrey Carlile Lab 627 53.1%
Patricia Bowmar C 404 34.2%
Alex Stevenson Ind 150 12.7%

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