Medway Elects
Gillingham North

5 May 2011

Results

The following results were declared by the returning officer:

Candidate Party Votes %
  Stamp AndyAndy Stamp * Independent 1,379 13.3%
  Cooper PatPat Cooper Independent 1,184 11.4%
  Price Adam Robert WilliamAdam Robert William Price Labour 1,156 11.2%
  Khan Naushabah ParveenNaushabah Parveen Khan Labour 1,108 10.7%
  Darbyshire Ian RogerIan Roger Darbyshire Labour 1,104 10.7%
  McDonald DanDan McDonald Independent 1,038 10.0%
  Chishti RifatRifat Chishti Conservative 746 7.2%
  Kelly Jonpaul JamesJonpaul James Kelly Conservative 635 6.1%
  Safdar KamranKamran Safdar Conservative 519 5.0%
  Sutton CathyCathy Sutton * Liberal Democrats 317 3.1%
  Kingman SidneySidney Kingman Liberal Democrats 311 3.0%
  Harrison GarryGarry Harrison Liberal Democrats 272 2.6%
  Austen Alan PaulAlan Paul Austen Independent 251 2.4%
  Goodyear DougDoug Goodyear Green party 239 2.3%
  Feist JamesJames Feist TUSC 96 0.9%
Turnout 34.3%
  Independent gain from Liberal Democrats
  Independent gain from Liberal Democrats
  Labour gain from Liberal Democrats

* Denotes a councillor standing for re-election

To order the candidates by name, party or number of votes received, click on the appropriate column heading.

Vote Share

Vote Change

Swing

Vote share for the ward is calculated using the "top vote" method, i.e. using only the candidate from each party with the highest number of votes.

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