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2018 Sefton Metropolitan Borough Council election

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2018 Sefton Metropolitan Borough Council election

← 2016 3 May 2018 (2018-05-03) 2019 →

23 of 66 seats (One Third) to Sefton Metropolitan Borough Council
34 seats needed for a majority
  First party Second party
 
Blank
Cllr John Pugh
Leader Ian Maher John Pugh
Party Labour Liberal Democrats
Leader's seat Netherton
and
Orrell
Dukes
Last election 12 seats,
44.9%
7 seats,
17.6%
Seats before 40 16
Seats won 17 2
Seats after 43 12
Seat change Increase3 Decrease4
Popular vote 34,241 10,750
Percentage 50.9% 16.0%
Swing Increase6.0% Decrease1.6%

  Third party
 
Blank
Leader Denise Dutton
Party Conservative
Leader's seat Harington
Last election 1 seat,
15.9%
Seats before 6
Seats won 4
Seats after 8
Seat change Increase2
Popular vote 15,324
Percentage 22.8%
Swing Increase6.9%

Sefton Council Election Results Map 2018.svg
Map of results of 2018 election

Council Control before election

Ian Maher
Labour

Council control after election

Ian Maher
Labour

The 2018 Sefton Metropolitan Borough Council election took place on 3 May 2018 to elect members of Sefton Metropolitan Borough Council in England.[1] It was held on the same day as other local elections.

Labour retained control of the council with an increased majority, winning an additional three seats and winning their first seats in Southport. The Liberal Democrats led by former MP for Southport John Pugh, lost four seats in total whilst the Conservatives gained seats in the wards of Cambridge and Ainsdale.

Candidates

Ainsdale

Ainsdale
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Tony Brough 1891 45.9 Increase16.8
Labour Co-op Frank Hanley 1084 26.3 Increase15.2
Liberal Democrats Jude Storer 935 22.8 Decrease7.0
Green Barbara Dutton 118 2.9 Decrease2.3
UKIP Peter Forder 95 2.3 Decrease22.5
Majority 807 19.6
Turnout 4123 40.7
Conservative gain from Liberal Democrats Swing Increase26.5

Birkdale

Birkdale
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats Iain Brodie Browne 1249 38.3 Decrease2.7
Labour Daniel Burns 982 30.1 Increase15.7
Conservative Jacky Bliss 806 24.7 Increase11.2
Green David Collins 121 3.7 Increase1.2
UKIP Derek Tasker 101 3.1 Decrease23.0
Majority 267 8.2
Turnout 4123 40.7
Liberal Democrats hold Swing Decrease9.2

Blundellsands

Blundellsands
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Sam Marshall 2027 55.9 Increase12.2
Conservative Wendy Moore 1166 32.2 Increase0.4
Liberal Democrats Brian Dunning 269 7.4 Increase3.2
Green Alison Gibbon 164 4.5 Decrease1.3
Majority 861 8.2
Turnout 3626 38.4
Labour hold Swing Increase6.3

Cambridge

Cambridge
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Mike Morris 1258 36.6 Increase15.8
Liberal Democrats Leo Evans 1192 34.7 Decrease5.7
Labour Stephen Jowett 757 22.0 Increase12.1
UKIP Terry Durrance 123 3.6 Decrease22.1
Green Carla Fox 110 3.2 Increase0.1
Majority 66 1.9
Turnout 3440 33.6
Conservative gain from Liberal Democrats Swing Increase10.8

Church

Church
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Daren Veidman 2018 76.9 Increase18.7
Conservative Anne Clegg 271 10.3 Decrease10.1
Green Laurence Rankin 237 9.0 Decrease0.5
Liberal Democrats Frances Eaton 99 3.8 Decrease0.9
Majority 1747 66.6
Turnout 2625 28.3
Labour hold Swing Increase14.5

Derby

Derby
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Mike O'Brien 1834 87.7 Increase15.6
Conservative David Bright 163 7.8 Increase4.4
Liberal Democrats Andrew Tonkiss 94 4.5 N/A
Majority 1671 79.9
Turnout 2091 22.9
Labour hold Swing Increase10.0

Dukes

Dukes
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Sir Ron Watson 1409 40.1 Increase10.9
Liberal Democrats Jo Barton 1275 36.3 Increase10.9
Labour Sahar Dehghani-Barenji 710 20.2 Increase3.5
Green Nick Senior 118 3.4 Decrease1.0
Majority 134 3.8
Turnout 3512 32.7
Conservative hold Swing Increase10.9

Ford

Ford (2)
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Liz Dowd 1665 42.0 N/A
Labour Ian Moncur 1659 42.0 N/A
Conservative Lynne Bold 181 5.0 N/A
Green Roy Greason 163 4.0 N/A
Conservative Pamela Teesdale 139 4.0 N/A
Liberal Democrats Adarsh Makdani 77 2.0 N/A
Liberal Democrats Carol Tonkiss 73 2.0 N/A
Majority 1032 37.0
Turnout 3957 42.5
Labour hold Swing

Harington

Harington
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Denise Dutton 1820 46.0 Increase3.0
Labour Carol Richards 1363 35.0 Increase8.0
Formby Residents Action Group Derek Baxter 578 15.0 N/A
Liberal Democrats Keith Cawdron 174 4.0 Steady
Majority 457 12.0
Turnout 3935 39.6
Conservative hold Swing

Kew

Kew
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Janis Blackburne 1448 44.8 Increase26.0
Liberal Democrats Fred Weavers 1012 31.3 Decrease3.0
Conservative Margaret Middleton 563 17.4 Increase4.7
UKIP Linda Gunn-Rosso 128 4.0 Decrease24.4
Green Robert Doyle 80 2.5 Decrease2.7
Majority 436 13.5
Turnout 3231 32.5
Labour gain from Liberal Democrats Swing 14.5

Litherland

Litherland
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour John Kelly 1851 84.0 Increase11.0
Conservative Jessamine Hounslea 192 9.0 Decrease6
Green Ethan Wykes 148 7.0 N/A
Majority 1659 76.0
Turnout 2191 24.7
Labour hold Swing

Manor

Manor
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Steve McGinnity 1789 57.0 Increase14.0
Conservative Janice Blanchard 852 27.0 Increase1.0
Liberal Democrats John Gibson 333 11.0 Increase7.0
Green Michael Walsh 143 5.0 Decrease2.0
Majority 937 30.0
Turnout 3117 31.1
Labour hold Swing

Meols

Meols
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats Daniel Lewis 1466 41.7 Increase8.2
Conservative Jordan Shandley 1141 32.5 Increase14.5
Labour Janet Harrison 789 22.5 Increase13.0
Green Alwynne Cartmell 118 3.4 Increase0.1
Majority 325 9.2 Decrease6.4
Turnout 3514 34.8 Increase2.3
Liberal Democrats hold Swing Decrease3.2

Molyneux

Molyneux
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Anthony Carr 1736 61.0 Increase6.0
Independent Jack Colbert 440 15.0 N/A
Conservative Marcus Bleasdale 327 11.0 Steady
UKIP Peter Harper 151 5.0 Decrease23.0
Green Mike Carter 103 4.0 Decrease2.0
Liberal Democrats Terry Doyle 99 3.0 N/A
Majority 1296 46.0
Turnout 2856 28.0
Labour hold Swing

Netherton & Orrell

Netherton & Orrell
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Ian Maher 1976 82.0 Increase18.0
Conservative Paul Anthony Huckstepp 182 8.0 Increase2.0
UKIP Pat Gaskell 121 5.0 Decrease16.0
Green Maureen Grainger 118 5.0 N/A
Majority 1794 75.0 Increase32%
Turnout 2397 24.9
Labour hold Swing

Norwood

Norwood
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Mhairi Doyle 1779 49.0 Increase30.0
Liberal Democrats Peter Blake 1122 31.0 Decrease2.0
Conservative Michael Shaw 506 14.0 Increase4.0
Green David McIntosh 122 3.0 Decrease2.0
UKIP Peter Gregson 81 2.0 Decrease21.0
Majority 657 18.0
Turnout 3610 34.5
Labour gain from Liberal Democrats Swing

Park

Park
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour June Burns 1611 51.0 Increase8.0
Independent John Short 744 24.0 N/A
Conservative Kenneth Hughes 534 17.0 Increase4.0
Liberal Democrats Jen Robertson 241 8.0 Decrease10.0
Majority 867 27.0
Turnout 3130 31.8
Labour hold Swing

Ravenmeols

Ravenmeols
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Nina Killen 1551 41.0 Increase13.0
Formby Residents Action Group Maria Bennett 1288 34.0 Decrease7.0
Conservative Gemma Peace 781 21 Increase3.0
Liberal Democrats Mark Senior 159 4.0 N/A
Majority 263 7.0
Turnout 3779 39.1
Labour gain from Formby Residents Action Group Swing

St Oswald

St Oswald
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Carla Thomas 1721 84.0 Increase10.0
Conservative Peter Papworth 218 11.0 Increase7.0
Socialist Labour Kim Bryan 119 6.0 Increase3.0
Majority 1693 73.0
Turnout 2058 24.4
Labour hold Swing

Sudell

Sudell
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Yvonne Sayers 1645 53.0 Increase8.0
Independent Michael O'Hanlon 691 22.0 N/A
Conservative Thomas Hughes 488 16.0 Increase6.0
Liberal Democrats Stuart Mason 214 7.0 Decrease15.0
Green Marion Wykes 70 2.0 Decrease2.0
Majority 954 31.0
Turnout 3450 34.7
Labour hold Swing

Victoria

Victoria
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Janet Grace 2369 65.0 Increase20.0
Liberal Democrats Hannah Gee 665 18.0 Decrease4.0
Conservative Paul Barber 469 13.0 Increase4.0
Green Andrew Donegan 163 4.0 Decrease3.0
Majority 1704 47.0
Turnout 3799 37.5
Labour hold Swing

References

  1. ^ "Sefton Borough Elections: Notice of Election - May 3, 2018". sefton.gov.uk. Sefton Metropolitan Borough Council. Retrieved 26 April 2018.
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