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Election Results: 17th September 2009

Buckinghamshire CC, Amersham
Conservative 1840 (46.6; -3.7)
Lib Dem Davida Allen 1768 (44.8; 0.0)
UKIP 140 (3.5; +3.5)
Labour 106 (2.7, -2.2)
Green 95 (2.4; +2.4)

Conservative HOLD
Majority 72
Turnout 30.6

Newark and Sherwood DC, Beacon
Conservative 413 (48.2; - 0.7)
Lib Dem Decland Logue 296 (34.7; +7.8)
Labour 147 (17.2; -7.1)

Consvative HOLD
Majority 117
Turnout 16.6

Nottinghamshire CC, Newark East
Conservative 517 (45.2; -6.4)
Lib Dem Chris Harrison 322 (28.1; - 2.3)
Labour 198 (17.3; -0.7)
UKIP 107 (9.4; +9.4)

Conservative HOLD
Majority 195
Turnout 15.6

Birmingham City MBC, Sparkbrook
Respect 2495 (39.6; -7.0)
Labour 2228 (35.4; -1.3)
Conservative 799 (12.7; +7.5)
Lib Dem Maeem Quarefhi 506 (8.0; +1.5)
Green 213 (3.4 +3.4)
Independent 55 (0.9 +0.9)
BNP 0 (0; -1.5)

Turnout 32.3
Majority 267
Respect HOLD

Redcar and Cleveland UA, South Bank
Labour 442 (43.6; -6.9)
Lib Dem Steven Abbot 354 (34.9; +25.1)
Ind 102 (10.1; -5.0)
UKIP 69 (6.8; +6.8)
Conservative 47 (4.6; -5.7)
BNP 0 (0; -14.4)

Labour HOLD
Majority 88
Turnout 21.2

Cotswold DC, Water Park
Liberal Democrat Esmond Jenkins 894 (71.7; +31.5)
Con 353 (28.3; -31.5)
Lib Dem HOLD
Majority 541
Turnout 28.3

Amber Valley BC, Ripley and Marehay
Labour 585 (52.4)
Conservative 531 (47.6)
Labour HOLD
Majority 54
Turnout 24.1

Rustington PC, West Rustington
Ind 661 (61.9)
Lib Dem Jamie Bennett 406 (38.1)

Independent GAIN from Conservative

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