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Election Results 1st October 2009

Bolton MBC, Crompton
Lab 1528 (47.4; -2.6)
Con 935 (29.0; +1.0)
Ind 377 (11.7; +11.7)
LD Anne Warren 284 (8.8; -13.2)
Green 99 (3.1; +3.1)
Majority 593
Turnout 31%
Lab hold
Percentage change is since May 2008.

Broadland DC, Wroxham
LD Ben McGilvray 960 (62.5; +57.9)
Con 346 (22.5; -9.5)
UKIP 134 (8.7; +8.7)
Green 50 (3.3; -2.8)
Lab 46 (3.0; 0.0)
[Others (0.0; -54.3)]
Majority 614
Turnout 38%
LD gain from Ind
Percentage change is since May 2007.

Derby City UA, Allestree
Con 1988 (52.3; -10.2)
LD Deena Smith 1037 (27.3; +15.1)
Lab 532 (14.0; -0.3)
BNP 242 (6.4; -4.5)
Majority 951
Turnout 35%
Con hold
Percentage change is since May 2008.

East Ayrshire UA, Doon Valley
Lab 1221 (50.5; +1.5)
SNP 891 (36.9; +10.9)
Con 176 (7.3; -1.1)
Ind 84 (3.5; -13.1)
Ind 44 (1.8; -14.8)
Turnout 26.78%
Lab gain from Ind
Percentage change is since May 2007

Kettering BC, Northfield
Lab 265 (37.9; -17.7)
Con 258 (36.9; -7.6)
LD Cindy McGrath 80 (11.4; +11.4)
BNP 58 (8.3; +8.3)
English Democrats 39 (5.6; +5.6)
Majority 7
Turnout 35.12%
Lab hold
Percentage change is since May 2007.

Maidstone BC, Fant
LD Fran Smith 702 (46.4; +18.8)
Con 393 (26.0; -7.4)
Green 317 (20.9; +4.9)
Lab 102 (6.7; -16.3)
Majority 309
Turnout 23.6%
LD hold
Percentage change is since May 2008.

North Norfolk DC, Walsingham
LD Hugh Lanham 389 (58.1; +32.5)
Con 237 (35.4; +35.4)
Lab 43 (6.4; +6.4)
[Others (0.0; -74.4)]
Majority 152
Turnout 36.56%
LD gain from Ind
Percentage change is since May 2007.

Preston City DC, Fishwick
Lab 656 (55.7; +7.6)
Con 283 (24.0; +24.0)
LD Luke Bosman 239 (20.3; -23.2)
[Others (0.0; -8.5)]
Majority 373
Turnout 30.97%
Lab hold
Percentage change is since May 2008.

Sandwell MBC, Wednesbury South
Lab 1006 (45.1; +6.7)
Con 946 (42.4; +1.6)
LD Dorothy Hilda Brayshaw 168 (7.5; +7.5)
Green 109 (4.9; -0.2)
[BNP (0.0; -15.7)]
Majority 60
Turnout 23.49%
Lab hold
Percentage change is since May 2008.

Spelthorne BC, Laleham and Shepperton Green
Con 814 (42.2; -16.2)
LD Richard Dunn 742 (38.5; +13.4)
UKIP 154 (8.0; +8.0)
Ind 142 (7.4; +7.4)
Lab 77 (4.0; -12.6)
Majority 72
Turnout not known
Con hold
Percentage change is since May 2007.

Wychavon DC, Droitwich South West
LD Stephanie Vale 521 (47.4; +6.1)
Con 416 (37.8; -4.3)
Lab 163 (14.8; +14.8)
[Green (0.0; -16.6)]
Majority 105
Turnout 27.6%
LD gain from Con
Percentage change is since May 2007.

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