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Cissbury (electoral division)

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Cissbury
Cissbury

Shown within West Sussex
District: Worthing
UK Parliament Constituency: Worthing West, East Worthing & Shoreham
Ceremonial county: West Sussex
EU Constituency: South East England
Electorate (2009): 8565
County Councillor
John Rogers (Con)

Cissbury is an electoral division of West Sussex in the United Kingdom, and returns one member to sit on West Sussex County Council.

Extent

The division covers the neighbourhoods of Findon Valley and High Salvington which form the northern part of the town of Worthing and came into existence as the result of a boundary review recommended by the Boundary Committee for England, the results of which were accepted by the Electoral Commission in March 2009.

It falls entirely within the un-parished area of Worthing Borough and comprises the following borough wards: Offington Ward and the northern part of Salvington Ward.

2013 Election

Results of the election held on 2 May 2013:

Cissbury
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative John Rogers 1,154 41.9 -10.9
UKIP Robin Harper 1,072 39.0 +14.6
Liberal Democrats Victoria Taylor 213 7.7 -9.9
Labour Ann Saunders 170 6.2 +1.0
Green Al Emery 143 5.2 N/A
Majority 82 2.9 -25.5
Turnout 2,752 32.0 -10.6
Conservative hold Swing -12.8%

2009 Election

Results of the election held on 4 June 2009:

Cissbury
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Clement Stevens 1,925 52.8
UKIP Mike Glennon 888 24.4
Liberal Democrats Wayne Hoban 641 17.6
Labour John Gardiner 191 5.2
Majority 1,037 28.4
Turnout 3,645 42.6
Conservative win (new seat)

References

Election Results - West Sussex County Council

External links


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