Medway Elects
Medway Council Election

1 May 2003

Results Map

Colour denotes the highest-polling candidate in each ward. If a candidate from a different party was also elected in the same ward, they are denoted by a star.

Results

Party Seats Vote Change
  Conservative 30 20.7% -2.3
  Labour 17 15.0% -3.6
  Liberal Democrats 6 9.0% -
  Independent 2 1.3% +0.4
  Ukip - 3.2% +6.1
  British National party - 0.7% +1.5
  Majority - 0.0% -

Results by Ward

Chatham Central
  Labour win
  Labour win
  Labour win

Cuxton and Halling
  Conservative win

Gillingham North
  Labour win
  Labour win
  Labour win

Gillingham South
  Liberal Democrat win
  Liberal Democrat win
  Liberal Democrat win

Hempstead and Wigmore
  Conservative win
  Conservative win

Lordswood and Capstone
  Conservative win
  Conservative win

Luton and Wayfield
  Labour win
  Labour win
  Labour win

Peninsula
  Conservative win
  Conservative win
  Conservative win

Princes Park
  Conservative win
  Conservative win

Rainham Central
  Conservative win
  Conservative win
  Conservative win

Rainham North
  Liberal Democrat win
  Liberal Democrat win

Rainham South
  Conservative win
  Conservative win
  Conservative win

River
  Labour win
  Labour win

Rochester East
  Labour win
  Labour win

Rochester South and Horsted
  Conservative win
  Conservative win
  Conservative win

Rochester West
  Conservative win
  Conservative win

Strood North
  Conservative win
  Conservative win
  Conservative win

Strood Rural
  Conservative win
  Conservative win
  Conservative win

Strood South
  Conservative win
  Conservative win
  Labour win

Twydall
  Labour win
  Labour win
  Labour win

Walderslade
  Independent win
  Independent win

Watling
  Conservative win
  Liberal Democrat win

To view the results for each ward, please click on the ward name above.

To view all candidates for this election on a single page, please click here.

Medway Vote Share

Medway Vote Change

Seats Won

Medway Swing

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