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2019 Mid Ulster District Council election

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2019 Mid Ulster District Council election
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All 40 council seats
21 seats needed for a majority
  First party Second party Third party
 
Michelle O'Neill
Arlene Foster MLA.jpg
Robin Swann in Stormont (cropped).jpg
Leader Michelle O'Neill Arlene Foster Robin Swann
Party Sinn Féin DUP UUP
Seats won 17 9 6
Seat change Decrease 1 Increase 1 Decrease 1

  Fourth party Fifth party
 
Colum Eastwood MLA.JPG
Leader Colum Eastwood
Party SDLP Independent
Seats won 6 2
Seat change Steady Increase 1

The 2019 Mid Ulster District Council election took place on 2 May 2019 to elect members of Mid Ulster District Council in Northern Ireland.[1] This was on the same day as other local elections.[2][3]

Results by party

Party Seats ± First Pref. votes FPv% ±%
Sinn Féin 17 Decrease 1 23,553 39.85 Decrease 1.15
DUP 9 Increase 1 13,700 23.18 Increase 5.53
SDLP 6 Steady 8,512 14.40 Increase 0.61
UUP 6 Decrease 1 8,021 13.57 Decrease 3.80
Independent 2 Increase 1 3,422 5.79 Increase 0.91
Aontú 0 Steady 846 1.43 N/A
Alliance 0 Steady 729 1.23 Increase 0.59
TUV 0 Steady 230 0.39 Decrease 3.93
Workers' Party 0 Steady 95 0.16 Increase 0.16
Totals 40 59,103 100%

Results by Electoral Area

Summary

Results of the Mid Ulster District Council election, 2019
by district
Ward %
Cllrs
%
Cllrs
%
Cllrs
%
Cllrs
%
Cllrs
%
Cllrs
Total
Cllrs
Sinn Féin DUP SDLP UUP Alliance Others
Carntogher 54.4 3 15.5 1 13.5 1 7.0 0 0.0 0 9.7 0 5
Clogher Valley 31.3 2 32.7 2 18.0 1 18.0 1 0.0 0 0.0 0 6
Cookstown 42.4 3 20.8 1 14.5 1 19.8 2 0.0 0 2.5 0 7
Dungannon 20.7 1 31.8 2 8.6 1 12.6 1 5.2 0 21.2 1 6
Magherafelt 36.0 2 32.0 2 16.0 1 13.2 0 0.0 0 2.8 0 5
Moyola 50.9 3 20.6 1 11.7 0 11.9 1 3.8 0 1.2 0 5
Sperrin 44.2 3 9.9 0 17.9 1 11.2 1 0.0 0 16.8 1 6
Total 39.8 17 23.2 9 14.4 6 13.6 6 1.2 0 7.8 2 40

Carntogher

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

Carntogher – 5 seats
Party Candidate FPv% Count
1 2 3 4 5 6
Sinn Féin Brian McGuigan* 17.69 1,406
DUP Kyle Black 15.45 1,228 1,244 1,244.1 1,741.1
SDLP Martin Kearney* 13.48 1,071 1,111 1,112.2 1,158.4 1,360.4
Sinn Féin Sean McPeake* 14.65 1,164 1,168 1,174.15 1,175.15 1,176.15 1,273.45
Sinn Féin Cora Groogan 12.46 990 998 1,053.9 1,053.9 1,053.9 1,199.25
Sinn Féin Paul Henry 9.60 763 770 775.3 776.3 779.3 856.5
Aontú Pádraigin Uí Raifeartaigh 7.95 632 654 655.15 657.15 668.15
UUP Christopher Reid 6.98 555 580 580
Independent James Armour 1.74 138
Electorate: 12,322   Valid: 7,942   Spoilt: 82   Quota: 1,325   Turnout: 8,029 (65.16%)

Clogher Valley

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

Clogher Valley – 6 seats
Party Candidate FPv% Count
1 2 3 4
DUP Frances Burton* 20.79 1,891
SDLP Sharon McAleer* 17.98 1,635
Sinn Féin Sean McGuigan* 16.43 1,494
Sinn Féin Phelim Gildernew* 14.87 1,352
DUP Wills Robinson* 11.91 1,083 1,512.97
UUP Meta Graham 10.89 990 1,103.77 1,255.77 1,398.33
UUP Robert Mulligan* 7.15 650 682.86 854.86 919.34
Electorate: 14,781   Valid: 9,095   Spoilt: 167   Quota: 1,300   Turnout: 9,262 (62.66%)

Cookstown

2014: 3 x Sinn Féin, 2 x UUP, 1 x DUP, 1 x SDLP
2019: 3 x Sinn Féin, 2 x UUP, 1 x DUP, 1 x SDLP
2014–2019 Change: No change

Cookstown – 7 seats
Party Candidate FPv% Count
1 2 3 4 5 6
Sinn Féin Cathal Mulligan* 18.50 1,710
Sinn Féin John McNamee* 14.81 1,369
SDLP Kerri Hughes 14.49 1,339
DUP Wilbert Buchanan* 13.26 1,225
Sinn Féin Gavin Bell* 9.09 840 1,385.7
UUP Trevor Wilson* 11.27 1,041 1,042.02 1,047.46 1,103.46 1,163.46
UUP Mark Glasgow* 8.58 793 795.04 804.9 821.9 904.6 1,063.43
DUP Grace Neville 7.51 694 695.36 696.72 707.72 796.74 819.65
TUV Alan Day 2.49 230 230.34 237.48 249.48
Electorate: 16,472   Valid: 9,241   Spoilt: 153   Quota: 1,156   Turnout: 9,394 (57.03%)

Dungannon

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

Dungannon – 6 seats
Party Candidate FPv% Count
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
DUP Clement Cuthbertson* 22.10 1,833
Independent Barry Monteith* 17.05 1,414
DUP Kim Ashton* 9.73 807 1,362.1
Sinn Féin Dominic Molloy* 12.00 995 996.75 1,016.47 1,016.59 1,053.93 1,207.93
UUP Walter Cuddy* 7.32 607 650.75 652.11 751.47 816.47 830.29 1,239.29
SDLP Denise Mullen* ‡ 8.56 710 711.75 730.11 731.19 920.04 1,016.49 1,062.14
Sinn Féin Deirdre Varsani 8.66 718 718.7 746.41 746.41 762.43 841.12 843.46
UUP Kim McNeill 5.23 434 464.8 465.31 537.07 576.37 581.12
Independent Niall Bowen 4.16 345 345.35 496.48 496.96 544.85
Alliance Mel Boyle 5.20 431 433.1 439.73 441.05
Electorate: 15,366   Valid: 8,294   Spoilt: 335   Quota: 1,185   Turnout: 8,629 (56.16%)

Magherafelt

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

Magherafelt – 5 seats
Party Candidate FPv% Count
1 2 3 4
Sinn Féin Darren Totten* 22.02 1,665
SDLP Christine McFlynn* 15.95 1,206 1,320
Sinn Féin Sean Clarke* 13.99 1,058 1,107 1,500.75
DUP Wesley Brown 16.11 1,218 1,220 1,221 1,224
DUP Paul McLean* 15.91 1,203 1,208 1,209.25 1,214.75
UUP George Shiels* 13.17 996 1,001 1,001.75 1,022.25
Aontú Kevin Donnelly 2.83 214
Electorate: 13,112   Valid: 7,560   Spoilt: 86   Quota: 1,261   Turnout: 7,646 (58.31%)

Moyola

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

Moyola – 5 seats
Party Candidate FPv% Count
1 2 3 4
Sinn Féin Ian Milne* 21.72 1,710
DUP Anne Forde* 20.56 1,619
Sinn Féin Catherine Elattar* 17.63 1,388
Sinn Féin Donal McPeake* 11.51 906 1,269.4 1,325.4
UUP Derek McKinney* 11.90 937 937.23 981.23 1,274.4
SDLP Denise Johnston 11.69 920 936.79 1,159.01 1,163.76
Alliance Aidan Bradley 3.79 298 301.91
Workers' Party Hugh Scullion 1.21 95 100.29
Electorate: 12,727   Valid: 7,873   Spoilt: 111   Quota: 1,313   Turnout: 7,984 (62.73%)

Torrent

2014: 4 x Sinn Féin, 1 x SDLP, 1 x UUP
2019: 3 x Sinn Féin, 1 x SDLP, 1 x UUP, 1 x Independent
2014–2019 Change: Independent gain one seat from Sinn Féin

Torrent – 6 seats
Party Candidate FPv% Count
1 2 3 4 5
SDLP Malachy Quinn* 17.93 1,631
Independent Dan Kerr 16.76 1,525
UUP Robert Colvin* 11.19 1,018 1,052.41 1,055.91 1,914.91
Sinn Féin Ronan McGinley* † 12.89 1,173 1,254.84 1,282.59 1,283.84 1,286.84
Sinn Féin Joe O'Neill* 10.93 994 1,099.09 1,162.59 1,164.9 1,175.9
Sinn Féin Niamh Doris* 11.01 1,002 1,066.48 1,175.73 1,157.04 1,170.04
Sinn Féin Mickey Gillespie* 9.41 856 894.75 931.25 933.25 937.25
DUP Ian McCrea 9.88 899 903.96 905.21
Electorate: 15.458   Valid: 9,098   Spoilt: 138   Quota: 1,300   Turnout: 9,236 (59.75%)

Changes during the term

† Co-options

Date Electoral Area Party Outgoing Co-optee Reason
7 February 2020 Torrent Sinn Féin Ronan McGinley Niall McAleer McGinley resigned.

‡ Changes in affiliation

Date Electoral Area Name Previous affiliation New affiliation Circumstance
27 July 2019 Dungannon Denise Mullen SDLP Aontú Resigned from the SDLP over disagreements on same-sex marriage and abortion.[4]

– Suspensions

None

Last updated 7 May 2020.

Current composition: see Mid Ulster District Council

References

  1. ^ "Northern Ireland local elections 2019". BBC News. Retrieved 26 May 2019.
  2. ^ "Council elections 2019: full results". The Irish News. Retrieved 26 May 2019.
  3. ^ "Local Government Elections 2019: Mid Ulster". Mid Ulster Council. Retrieved 26 May 2019.
  4. ^ Young, Connla. "Former SDLP councillor Denise Mullen joins Aontú". The Irish News. Retrieved 7 May 2020.
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