Medway Elects
Ron Sands

Councillor for Peninsula

Photo: Medway Council

Terms of Office

Ron Sands has served the following terms of office:

Medway Council

Peninsula
  2 May 2019 -

Attendance at Council Meetings

In addition to cabinet and committee meetings, the full Council meets six times a year and, unless there are extenuating circumstances, all councillors are expected to attend these meetings. Ron Sands's attendance record is as follows:

Attendance records are only available from February 2010 onwards. Click on "present" to see which meetings Ron Sands attended in each term or click on "absent" to see which meetings Ron Sands missed in each term.

Recorded Votes

Most decisions taken by councillors at meetings of the whole Council are made by unanimous agreement or, if the decision is disputed, by show of hands. However, the Council's Constitution states that in certain circumstances, or if six or more members request, a "recorded vote" may be taken, where each councillor's vote is recorded in the minutes of the meeting. The votes recorded for Ron Sands are as follows:

Recorded votes are only available from December 2001 onwards. Click on a term to see how Ron Sands voted during that term. Click on the subject of a vote to see the full details of the motion and how the other councillors voted.

Electoral History

Ron Sands has stood in the following elections:

Medway Council

2 May 2019
Peninsula
  Ron Sands 1,413 Elected

7 May 2015
Peninsula
  Ron Sands 691 Defeated

20 November 2014
Peninsula
  Ron Sands 1,965 Defeated

5 May 2011
Peninsula
  Ron Sands 535 Defeated

21 October 2010
River
  Ron Sands 31 Defeated

12 August 2010
River
  Ron Sands 33 Defeated

Click on the ward name to see the full results for that ward.

UK Parliament

6 May 2010
Rochester and Strood
  Ron Sands 2,182 Defeated

Click on the constituency name to see the full results for that constituency.

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