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2019 Fermanagh and Omagh District Council election

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2019 Fermanagh and Omagh District Council election
← 2014 2 May 2019 2023 →

All 40 council seats
21 seats needed for a majority
  First party Second party Third party
 
Michelle O'Neill (cropped from Martin McGuinness, Michelle O'Neill, Mary Lou McDonald and Gerry Adams).jpg
Robin Swann in Stormont (cropped).jpg
Arlene Foster MLA.jpg
Leader Michelle O'Neill Robin Swann Arlene Foster
Party Sinn Féin UUP DUP
Seats before 17 9 5
Seats won 15 9 5
Seat change Decrease 2 Steady Steady

  Fourth party Fifth party Sixth party
 
Colum Eastwood MLA.JPG
Cropped image of Naomi Long.JPG
Leader Colum Eastwood Naomi Long Owen McCracken
Party SDLP Alliance Labour Alternative
Seats before 8 0 0
Seats won 5 1 1
Seat change Decrease 3 Increase 1 Increase 1

Fermanagh and Omagh local election map 2019.png
Map of results by District Electoral Area. Each DEA is highlighted in the colour of the plurality winner of FPVs.

Elections took place for Fermanagh and Omagh District Council on 2 May 2019, part of that year's local elections. 40 Councillors were elected via STV.[1][2]

Sinn Féin emerged as the largest party with Fifteen seats, six ahead of the Ulster Unionist Party and six seats away from overall control. The Alliance Party and Cross-Community Labour Alternative both gained representation onto the council for the first time.[3][4][5][6]

Results by party

Party Seats ± First Pref. votes FPv% ±%
Sinn Féin 15 Decrease 2 19,111 36.81 Decrease 2.66
UUP 9 Steady 8,612 16.56 Decrease 4.61
DUP 5 Steady 8,277 15.95 Increase 1.20
SDLP 5 Decrease 3 5,475 10.55 Decrease 4.39
Independent 4 Increase 3 5,151 9.92 Increase 5.41
Alliance 1 Increase 1 2,035 3.92 Increase 2.21
Labour Alternative 1 Increase 1 720 1.37 N/A
TUV 0 Steady 1,072 2.06 Decrease 0.21
Aontú 0 Steady 1,062 2.05 N/A
Green (NI) 0 Steady 277 0.53 Decrease 0.03
CISTA 0 Steady 101 0.19 N/A
Democrats and Veterans 0 Steady 20 0.03 N/A
Totals 40 51,913 100%

Results by Electoral Area

Summary

Results of the Fermanagh and Omagh District Council election, 2019
by district
Ward %
Cllrs
%
Cllrs
%
Cllrs
%
Cllrs
%
Cllrs
%
Cllrs
Total
Cllrs
Sinn Féin UUP DUP SDLP Alliance Others
Enniskillen 23.6 1 19.4 2 20.8 1 13.2 1 4.3 0 18.7 1 6
Erne East 38.1 2 16.0 1 16.3 1 9.9 1 0.0 0 19.7 1 6
Erne North 26.6 1 26.5 2 20.4 1 13.3 1 6.0 0 7.1 0 5
Erne West 43.6 2 18.1 1 7.4 0 8.3 1 0.0 0 22.6 1 5
Mid Tyrone 48.4 4 12.1 1 11.5 0 7.4 0 3.8 0 16.8 1 6
Omagh 31.4 2 9.9 1 15.2 1 8.1 0 9.7 1 25.7 1 6
West Tyrone 42.8 3 14.5 1 20.5 1 13.9 1 5.2 0 3.2 0 6
Total 36.8 15 16.6 9 15.9 5 10.5 5 3.3 1 14.7 5 40

Enniskillen

2014: 2 x UUP, 2 x Sinn Féin, 1 x DUP, 1 x SDLP
2019: 2 x UUP, 1 x Sinn Féin, 1 x DUP, 1 x SDLP, 1 x Cross-Community Labour Alternative
2014-2019 Change: Cross-Community Labour Alternative gain one seat from Sinn Féin

Enniskillen - 6 seats
Party Candidate FPv% Count
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
DUP Keith Elliot* 16.07 1,161
SDLP Paul Blake* 13.22 955 966 967.1 1,085.1
UUP Robert Irvine* 10.42 753 758 777.91 822.02 987.32 1,296.32
UUP Howard Thornton* 9.01 651 657 670.97 694.08 805.4 1,051.53
Sinn Féin Tommy Maguire* 13.09 946 951 951.33 955.33 955.33 957.33 958.33
Labour Alternative Donal O'Cofaigh 9.97 720 756 756.88 872.99 879.65 897.76 949.76
Sinn Féin Debbie Coyle* 10.53 761 778 778.44 789.44 789.77 793.88 797.88
TUV Donald Crawford 6.81 492 493 504.33 510.44 638.63
DUP Simon Wiggins 4.71 340 344 422.32 427.43
Alliance Matthew Beaumont 4.29 310 353 353.66
Green (NI) Debbie Coleman 1.88 136
Electorate: 13,048   Valid: 7,225 (55.4%)   Spoilt: 87   Quota: 1,033   Turnout: 7,312 (56.0%)

Erne East

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

Erne East - 6 seats
Party Candidate FPv% Count
1 2 3 4 5 6
DUP Paul Robinson* 16.34 1,382
UUP Victor Warrington* 15.99 1,352
Independent John McCluskey 15.21 1,286
Sinn Féin Tom O'Reilly* 9.80 829 830.06 830.64 854.64 876.96 1,248.96
Sinn Féin Sheamus Greene* 12.20 1,032 1,032 1,032.56 1,057.56 1,064.34 1,211.34
SDLP Garbhan McPhillips* 9.92 839 879.68 928.54 983.68 1,175.68 1,205.86
Sinn Féin Noeleen Hayes 8.73 738 738.18 738.18 754.18 766.32 834.5
Sinn Féin Brian McCaffrey* 7.33 620 620.54 620.54 632.54 639.72
Independent Caroline Wheeler 2.41 204 326.76 415.66 439.2
Aontú Gerry McHugh 2.06 174 175.8 176.36
Electorate: 11,963   Valid: 8,456 (70.7%)   Spoilt: 112   Quota: 1,209   Turnout: 8,568 (71.6%)

Erne North

2014: 2 x UUP, 1 x DUP, 1 x Sinn Féin, 1 x SDLP
2019: 2 x UUP, 1 x DUP, 1 x Sinn Féin, 1 x SDLP
2014-2019 Change: No change

Erne North - 5 seats
Party Candidate FPv% Count
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
UUP Diana Armstrong* 17.32 1,186
SDLP John Coyle* 13.30 911 914 1,142
Sinn Féin Siobhan Currie 15.40 1,055 1,056 1,086 1,088 1,088.18 1,779.18
UUP John McClaughry 9.20 630 633 701 883 909.94 921.94 956.94
DUP Deborah Armstrong 9.75 668 670 678 849 853.41 859.41 867.41
DUP David Mahon* 10.69 732 736 740 829 832.39 833.39 840.39
Sinn Féin John Feely* 11.23 769 769 791 792 792.03
TUV Alex Elliot 6.80 465 468 477
Alliance Diane Little 6.03 413 415
Democrats and Veterans Lewis Jennings 0.29 20
Electorate: 10,983   Valid: 6,849 (62.3%)   Spoilt: 92   Quota: 1,142   Turnout: 6,941 (63.2%)

Erne West

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

Erne West - 5 seats
Party Candidate FPv% Count
1 2 3 4
UUP Alex Baird* 18.05 1,333
Independent Bernice Swift* 15.69 1,159 1,160.05 1,295.05
Sinn Féin Anthony Feely* 16.36 1,208 1,208.14 1,238.14
Sinn Féin Chris McCaffrey 15.38 1,136 1,136 1,153 1,154.56
SDLP Adam Gannon 8.27 611 619.82 799.8 1,116.59
Sinn Féin Fionnuala Leonard 11.90 879 879 895 898.28
DUP Carol Johnston 7.41 547 601.88 712.65
Independent Trevor Armstrong 6.93 512 537.27
Electorate: 10,825   Valid: 7,385 (68.2%)   Spoilt: 88   Quota: 1,231   Turnout: 7,473 (69.0%)

Mid Tyrone

2014: 4 x Sinn Féin, 1 x UUP, 1 x SDLP
2019: 4 x Sinn Féin, 1 x UUP, 1 x Independent
2014-2019 Change: Independent gain one seat from SDLP

Mid Tyrone - 6 seats
Party Candidate FPv% Count
1 2 3 4 5 6
Independent Emmet McAleer 11.09 897 903 986 1,134 1,326
Sinn Féin Pádraigín Kelly 12.30 995 1,045 1,056 1,081 1,145 1,168
Sinn Féin Catherine Kelly 11.92 964 1,002 1,014 1,035 1,109 1,122
UUP Bert Wilson* 12.10 979 979 1,007 1,016 1,080 1,093
Sinn Féin Sean Clarke* 10.99 889 931 941 964 1,066 1,084
Sinn Féin Sean Donnelly* 9.62 778 896 902 988 1,060 1,071
DUP James Managh 11.51 931 931 939 943 951 951
SDLP Bernard McGrath 7.39 598 619 725 825
Aontú Rosemarie Shields* 5.74 464 469 491
Alliance Richard Bullick 3.78 306 311
Sinn Féin Kevin McColgan 3.55 287
Electorate: 12,556   Valid: 8,088 (64.4%)   Spoilt: 114   Quota: 1,156   Turnout: 8,202 (65.3%)

Omagh

2014: 2 x Sinn Féin, 2 x SDLP, 1 x DUP, 1 x UUP
2019: 2 x Sinn Féin, 1 x DUP, 1 x UUP, 1 x Alliance, 1 x Independent
2014-2019 Change: Alliance and Independent gain one seat each from SDLP

Omagh - 6 seats
Party Candidate FPv% Count
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
DUP Errol Thompson* 15.24 970
Sinn Féin Barry McElduff 14.14 900 900 903 914
Independent Josephine Deehan* 11.44 728 728.96 738.02 752.02 762.62 800.68 840.74 916.74
Alliance Stephen Donnelly 9.68 616 616.24 620.24 638.24 641.48 665.48 697.48 708.48 735.48 807.48 935.48
UUP Chris Smyth* † 9.95 633 676.44 677.56 678.62 775.02 776.08 787.26 791.32 797.32 803.32 839.44
Sinn Féin Ann-Marie Fitzgerald* 9.26 589 589 589 594 595 607 611 629 639 670 791
Sinn Féin Marty McColgan* 8.00 509 509 511 520 520 530 536 550 554 604 643
SDLP Lee Hawkes 4.02 256 256.18 257.18 262.18 263.24 271.24 285.3 292.3 491.36 532.36
Independent Sorcha McAnespy* 3.05 194 194.06 198.06 212.06 212.12 234.12 257.12 292.12 309.12
SDLP Jacinta McKeown 4.05 258 258.12 258.12 258.12 259.12 264.12 266.12 279.12
Aontú Margaret Swift 2.86 182 182 182 187 188.06 192.06 205.06
Green (NI) Susan Glass 2.22 141 141.24 144.3 151.3 155.42 165.54
Independent Joanne Donnelly* 2.01 128 128.3 135.3 146.36 146.36
TUV Charles Chittick 1.81 115 125.2 125.26 132.26
CISTA Barry Brown 1.59 101 101.24 109.24
Independent Will Convey 0.68 43 43.3
Electorate: 12,737   Valid: 6,363 (50.0%)   Spoilt: 98   Quota: 910   Turnout: 6,461 (50.7%)

West Tyrone

2014: 3 x Sinn Féin, 1 x DUP, 1 x UUP, 1 x SDLP
2019: 3 x Sinn Féin, 1 x DUP, 1 x UUP, 1 x SDLP
2014-2019 Change: No change

West Tyrone - 6 seats
Party Candidate FPv% Count
1 2 3 4 5 6
DUP Mark Buchanan* 20.48 1,546
UUP Allan Rainey* 14.51 1,095
SDLP Mary Garrity* 13.87 1,047 1,203.24
Sinn Féin Ann-Marie Donnelly 9.96 752 752.62 772.62 772.62 1,307.62
Sinn Féin Glenn Campbell* 13.03 983 986.1 1,038.1 1,038.72 1,104.72
Sinn Féin Stephen McCann* 11.12 839 839.62 881.62 885.34 929.34 1,144.45
Alliance Fia Cowan 5.17 390 667.76 732.44 797.54 804.54 814.34
Sinn Féin Frankie Donnelly* 8.65 653 654.24 662.24 662.24
Aontú Cathal McCrory 3.21 242 265.56
Electorate: 12,201   Valid: 7,547 (61.9%)   Spoilt: 116   Quota: 1,079   Turnout: 7,663 (62.8%)

* Incumbent

Changes during the term

† Co-options

Date Electoral Area Party Outgoing Co-optee Reason
26 March 2020 Erne East Independent John McCluskey Eamon Keenan McCluskey resigned.
5 August 2021 Omagh UUP Chris Smyth Matthew Bell Smyth resigned.
5 November 2021 Erne North DUP Deborah Erskine Paul Stevenson Erskine was co-opted to the Northern Ireland Assembly.

‡ Changes in affiliation

Date Electoral Area Name Previous affiliation New affiliation Circumstance
20 October 2019 Enniskillen Donal O'Cofaigh Labour Alternative CWI (Ireland) Resulted from a split in the Socialist Party of which O'Cofaigh was a member. This split occurred as a result of a wider split in the Committee for a Workers' International, of which the Socialist Party was affiliated to.
9 June 2020 Enniskillen Donal O'Cofaigh CWI (Ireland) Militant Left Party changed its name.

– Suspensions

None

Last updated 12 November 2021.

Current composition: see Fermanagh and Omagh District Council

References

  1. ^ "Local Government Elections 2019". Fermanagh & Omagh District Council. Retrieved 13 May 2019.
  2. ^ "Election 2019: Fermanagh and Omagh District Council candidates". 4 May 2019. Retrieved 13 May 2019 – via www.bbc.co.uk.
  3. ^ "Sinn Féin's Barry McElduff wins council seat in Omagh". ITV News. Retrieved 13 May 2019.
  4. ^ "UUP top the poll in Erne North again". The Fermanagh Herald. 3 May 2019. Retrieved 13 May 2019.
  5. ^ "Blake re-elected in Enniskillen". The Fermanagh Herald. 4 May 2019. Retrieved 13 May 2019.
  6. ^ "Shock as Sinn Féin lose second Fermanagh seat". Impartial Reporter. Retrieved 13 May 2019.
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