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2019 Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council election

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2019 Causeway Coast and Glens Council election
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All 40 council seats
21 seats needed for a majority
  First party Second party Third party
 
Arlene Foster MLA.jpg
Michelle O'Neill (cropped from Martin McGuinness, Michelle O'Neill, Mary Lou McDonald and Gerry Adams).jpg
Robin Swann in Stormont (cropped).jpg
Leader Arlene Foster Michelle O'Neill[n 1] Robin Swann
Party DUP Sinn Féin UUP
Seats won 14 9 7
Seat change Increase 3 Increase 2 Decrease 3

  Fourth party Fifth party Sixth party
 
Colum Eastwood MLA.JPG
Cropped image of Naomi Long.JPG
Leader Colum Eastwood Naomi Long Billy Hutchinson
Party SDLP Alliance PUP
Seats won 6 2 1
Seat change Steady Increase 1 Steady

  Seventh party Eighth party Ninth party
 
Jim Allister
Peadar Tóibín 2012.jpg
Leader Jim Allister Peadar Tóibín
Party Independent TUV Aontú
Seats won 1 0 0
Seat change Steady Decrease 3 Steady

The second election to Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council,[1] part of the Northern Ireland local elections[2][3] on 2 May 2019, returned 40 members to the council via Single Transferable Vote. The Democratic Unionist Party won a plurality of first-preference votes and seats.

Results by party

Party Seats ± First Pref. votes FPv% ±%
DUP 14 Increase 3 15,371 30.36 Increase 3.93
Sinn Féin 9 Increase 2 11,140 22.00 Increase 2.07
UUP 7 Decrease 3 7,725 15.26 Decrease 2.02
SDLP 6 Steady 4,686 9.25 Decrease 3.28
Alliance 2 Increase 1 4,058 8.01 Increase 4.12
TUV 0 Decrease 3 2,177 4.30 Decrease 6.07
Independent 1 Steady 2,039 4.03 Decrease 1.17
PUP 1 Steady 1,576 3.11 Increase 1.45
Aontú 0 Steady 992 1.96 N/A
UKIP 0 Steady 350 0.69 Decrease 0.43
NI Conservatives 0 Steady 112 0.22 Decrease 0.06
Totals 40 50,635 100%

Results by Electoral Area

Summary

Results of the Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council election, 2019
by district
Ward %
Cllrs
%
Cllrs
%
Cllrs
%
Cllrs
%
Cllrs
%
Cllrs
Total
Cllrs
DUP Sinn Féin UUP SDLP Alliance Others
Ballymoney 34.0 3 23.5 2 22.1 2 0.0 0 8.4 0 12.0 0 7
Bann 33.9 2 19.3 1 24.2 1 9.4 1 6.7 0 0.0 0 5
Benbradagh 12.7 1 46.1 3 5.8 0 13.1 1 4.7 0 17.5 0 5
Causeway 38.3 3 3.3 0 18.8 2 6.1 1 14.9 1 18.6 0 7
Coleraine 35.6 2 5.8 0 13.0 1 13.8 1 10.3 1 21.6 0 6
Limavady 45.6 3 18.6 1 7.3 0 9.3 1 10.0 0 9.3 0 5
The Glens 12.5 0 41.4 2 11.3 1 16.0 1 0.0 0 18.8 1 5
Total 30.4 14 22.2 9 15.3 7 9.3 6 8.0 2 15.0 2 40

Ballymoney

2014: 3 x DUP, 2 x UUP, 1 x Sinn Fein, 1 x TUV
2019: 3 x DUP, 2 x UUP, 2 x Sinn Fein
2014-2019 Change: Sinn Fein gain one seat from TUV

Ballymoney - 7 seats
Party Candidate FPv% Count
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
UUP Darryl Wilson* 16.23 1,420
DUP John Finlay* 15.11 1,322
Sinn Féin Leanne Peacock 13.18 1,153
UUP Tom McKeown* 5.85 512 702.67 716.10 735.27 802.23 802.38 1,143.38
DUP Alan McLean* 9.45 827 859.89 955.26 968.03 1,020.17 1,020.17 1,131.17
DUP Ivor Wallace 9.44 826 860.04 944.87 952.78 1,024.60 1,024.60 1,094
Sinn Féin Cathal McLaughlin* 10.35 906 907.61 908.12 913.29 918.75 973.70 975.70
Alliance Peter McCully 8.34 734 744.81 745.49 762.95 798.04 799.59 827.49
TUV William Blair* 5.68 497 523.91 539.21 568.59 794.70 794.75
Independent Ian Richard Stevenson* 2.51 220 226.90 229.79 239.79
TUV John Wilson 2.48 217 228.5 233.60 243.94
UKIP David Hanna 1.34 117 121.83 125.57
Electorate: 17,213   Valid: 8,751 (50.83%)   Spoilt: 134   Quota: 1,094   Turnout: 8,885 (51.61%)

Bann

2014: 2 x DUP, 2 x UUP, 1 x SDLP
2019: 2 x DUP, 1 x UUP, 1 x SDLP, 1 x Sinn Fein
2014-2019 Change: Sinn Fein gain one seat from UUP

Bann - 5 seats
Party Candidate FPv% Count
1 2 3 4 5
Sinn Féin Sean Bateson 19.29 1,403
DUP Adrian McQuillan 14.40 1,047 1,048.12 1,173.12 1,180.28 1,307.28
UUP Richard John Holmes* 13.26 964 964.80 1055.80 1,121.60 1,248.60
DUP Michelle Knight-McQuillan* 10.74 781 781.48 862.48 870.48 1,241.48
SDLP Helena Dallat O'Driscoll 9.43 686 846.16 853.16 1138.44 1,144.60
UUP William King* 10.99 799 799 848 922 986
DUP Sam Cole* 8.79 639 639.48 714.48 721.64
Alliance Charlie McConaghy 6.75 491 511.64 522.64
PUP Timmy Reid 3.45 251 251
TUV Elizabeth Collins 2.94 214 214
Electorate: 12,656   Valid: 7,272 (57.45%)   Spoilt: 78   Quota: 1,213   Turnout: 7,272 (58.07%)

Benbradagh

2014: 3 x Sinn Fein, 1 x SDLP, 1 x TUV
2019: 3 x Sinn Fein, 1 x SDLP, 1 x DUP
2014-2019 Change: DUP gain one seat from TUV

Benbradagh - 5 seats
Party Candidate FPv% Count
1 2 3 4 5
Sinn Féin Seán McGlinchey* 22.33 1,574
SDLP Orla Beattie* 13.08 922 944.50 1,136.75 1,177.75
Sinn Féin Kathleen McGurk* 9.60 677 974.25 986 986 1,224
Sinn Féin Dermot Nicholl* 14.21 1,002 1,029 1,048.25 1,048.25 1,154.25
DUP Edgar Scott 12.71 896 896 909 1,088 1,107
TUV Boyd Douglas* 8.24 581 581.25 594.25 797.25 814.5
Aontú Proinnsias Brolly 9.29 655 692.75 717.75 718.75
UUP Robert Thomas Carmichael 5.82 410 410 438
Alliance Christine Turner 4.71 332 335.5
Electorate: 12,560   Valid: 7,049 (56.12%)   Spoilt: 72   Quota: 1,175   Turnout: 7,121 (56.69%)

Causeway

2014: 2 x DUP, 2 x UUP, 1 x Alliance, 1 x SDLP, 1 x TUV
2019: 3 x DUP, 2 x UUP, 1 x Alliance, 1 x SDLP
2014-2019 Change: DUP gain one seat from TUV

Causeway - 7 seats
Party Candidate FPv% Count
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
DUP Mark Fielding* 15.69 1,276
Alliance Chris McCaw* 14.91 1,212
DUP Sharon McKillop* 12.42 1,010 1,036.6
DUP John McAuley 10.22 831 1,005.6 1,007.2 1,038.2 1,038.2
UUP Norman Hillis* 9.32 758 785 802.28 821.96 833.16 833.16 857.76 1,005.04
UUP Sandra Hunter* 9.52 774 779.8 797.88 809.44 820.44 820.44 834.72 1,000.08
SDLP Angela Mulholland* ‡ 6.10 496 498 548.88 551.04 554.52 761.12 919.6 926.12
Independent David Alexander 6.79 552 556.6 590.2 606.36 618.36 625.52 779.36 826.64
TUV Cyrill Quigg 4.00 325 327.6 329.84 341.04 486.04 487.04 494.52
Green (NI) Mark Coulson 4.07 331 333 387.08 397.08 401.24 437.2
Sinn Féin Emma Thompson 3.28 267 267 269.88 269.88 269.88
TUV Stewart Moore 2.05 167 171 172.76 192.12
UKIP Rebecca Hanna 1.62 132 136 138.56
Electorate: 16,918   Valid: 8,131 (48.06%)   Spoilt: 89   Quota: 1,017   Turnout: 8,220 (48.58%)

Coleraine

2014: 2 x DUP, 2 x UUP, 1 x PUP, 1 x SDLP
2019: 2 x DUP, 1 x UUP, 1 x PUP, 1 x SDLP, 1 x Alliance
2014-2019 Change: Alliance gain one seat from UUP

Coleraine - 6 seats
Party Candidate FPv% Count
1 2 3 4 5
PUP Russell Watton* 18.58 1,325
DUP Philip Anderson 12.63 901 987.48 1,013.85 1,031.85
SDLP Stephanie Quigley* ‡ 13.78 983 989.67 1,009.13 1,031.13
Alliance Yvonne Boyle 10.27 732 734.99 765.91 780.83 1,057.83
DUP George Duddy* 12.14 866 942.36 972.35 992.11 992.43
UUP William McCandless* ‡ 8.88 633 699.80 716.33 958.05 963.05
DUP Trevor Clarke* 10.78 769 817.07 835.60 857.35 861.35
Sinn Féin Ciarán Archibald 5.85 417 417.23 419.23 420.23
UUP John Wisener 4.09 292 315.92 354.14
NI Conservatives David Harding* 1.57 112
UKIP Amanda Ranaghan 1.42 101
Electorate: 15,879   Valid: 7,131 (44.90%)   Spoilt: 77   Quota: 1,019   Turnout: 7,208 (45.39%)

Limavady

2014: 2 x DUP, 1 x Sinn Fein, 1 x SDLP, 1 x UUP
2019: 3 x DUP, 1 x Sinn Fein, 1 x SDLP
2014-2019 Change: DUP gain one seat from UUP

Limavady - 5 seats
Party Candidate FPv% Count
1 2 3 4 5 6
DUP Alan Robinson* 26.91 1,498
Sinn Féin Brenda Chivers* 18.58 1,034
DUP James McCorkell* ‡ 11.75 654 1,018.80
DUP Aaron Callan* 6.92 385 533.58 534.13 603.21 615.19 922.91
SDLP Ashleen Schenning 9.33 519 523.94 578.5 585.5 810.91 831.38
Alliance Kevin Hayward 10.01 557 564.22 571.92 584.68 649.3 734.2
UUP Raymond Kennedy 7.28 405 424.76 425.09 510.04 513.04
Aontú Francie Brolly 6.06 337 339.28 378 380.22
TUV Colin Cartwright 3.16 176 190.82 191.15
Electorate: 11,197   Valid: 5,565 (50.51%)   Spoilt: 51   Quota: 928   Turnout: 5,616 (50.15%)

The Glens

2014: 2 x Sinn Fein, 1 x SDLP, 1 x UUP, 1 x Independent
2019: 2 x Sinn Fein, 1 x SDLP, 1 x UUP, 1 x Independent
2014-2019 Change: No change

The Glens - 5 seats
Party Candidate FPv% Count
1 2 3 4 5 6
Independent Ambrose Laverty 18.81 1,267
Sinn Féin Cara McShane* 16.36 1,102 1,433
Sinn Féin Oliver McMullan 16.29 1,097 1,298
SDLP Margret Anne McKillop* 16.03 1,080 1,122 1,311
UUP Joan Baird* 11.25 758 762 763 793 815 933.3
DUP Bill Kennedy 12.51 843 845 850 859 864 887.1
Sinn Féin Kieran James Mulholland* 8.74 589
Electorate: 12,507   Valid: 6,736 (53.85%)   Spoilt: 76   Quota: 1,123   Turnout: 6,812 (54.46%)

Changes during the term

† Co-options

Date co-opted Electoral Area Party Outgoing Co-optee Reason
4 October 2019 The Glens Independent Ambrose Laverty Padraig McShane Laverty resigned.

‡ Changes in affiliation

Date Electoral Area Name Previous affiliation New affiliation Circumstance
21 Apr 2020 Coleraine William McCandless UUP Independent Decided to sit on the council as an independent.[4]
8 July 2020 Coleraine Stephanie Quigley SDLP Independent Resigned from the SDLP over its stance on abortion.[5]
23 July 2020 Causeway Angela Mulholland SDLP Independent Decided to sit on the council as an independent.[6]
29 June 2021 Limavady James McCorkell DUP Independent Resigned from the DUP over disagreements with the new party leadership.[7]

– Suspensions

None

Last updated 29 June 2021.

Current composition: see Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council

Notes

  1. ^ The leader of Sinn Féin is Mary Lou McDonald, who sits as a TD in the Irish Dáil Éireann for Dublin Central. O'Neill is the leader of the party in Northern Ireland.

References

  1. ^ "Election 2019: Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council candidates". BBC News. 4 May 2019.
  2. ^ "Northern Ireland local elections 2019".
  3. ^ "Causeway Coast and Glens elections". Ballymoney Council. Archived from the original on 8 July 2014. Retrieved 25 June 2014.
  4. ^ "Former UUP Councillor goes independent". Ballymoney Bubble. Retrieved 29 June 2020.
  5. ^ Young, Connla. "Stephanie Quigley resigns from SDLP over abortion". Irish News. Retrieved 8 July 2020.
  6. ^ Higgins, Paul. "SDLP hit by new resignation as Councillor Angela Mulholland Quits". Belfast Telegraph. Retrieved 24 July 2020.
  7. ^ "Fifth independent for Causeway Council as DUP councillor quits the party". Derry Now. Retrieved 29 June 2021.
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