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Kirkdale (ward)

Kirkdale is a Liverpool City Council Ward in the Liverpool Riverside Parliamentary constituency. It was formed for the 2004 Municipal elections from most of the former Vauxhall and Melrose wards and a small part of Everton ward.

Contents

  • Councillors 1
  • Election results 2
    • Elections of the 2010s 2.1
    • Elections of the 2000s 2.2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Councillors

The ward has returned four councillors.[1]

Term Councillor Party
2004 - 2008 Cecilia Holleran Labour
2004 - present Joe Hanson Labour
2004 - present Malcolm Kennedy Labour
2008 - present Beatrice Fraenkel Labour

Election results

Elections of the 2010s

Liverpool City Council Municipal Elections 2014: 22nd May 2014 [2]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Malcolm Kennedy 2,303 89.82% -2.93%
TUSC Roger Bannister 206 7.04% +2.56%
Green Jonathan Clatworthy 177 6.05% +3.26%
Liberal Tommy Stalker 140 4.78% +4.37%
Conservative David Michael John Jeffery 100 3.42% +1.57%
Majority 2,097 71.67% -10.1%
Turnout 2,926 25.10% -2.79%
Labour hold Swing -2.75%
Liverpool City Council Municipal Elections 2012: 3rd May 2012 [3]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Joe Hanson 2771 86.89% +0.53%
TUSC Roger Bannister 143 4.48% -0.18
Green Jonathan Clatworthy 89 2.79% -0.26%
Independent Terence George Burgess 76 2.38 n/a
Conservative Harry Parshall 59 1.85% -3.15%
Liberal Democrat Daniel Waterfield 38 1.19% n/a
Liberal Lindsey Janet Mary Wood 13 0.41% -1.46%
Majority 2628 81.77% +0.07%
Turnout 3214 27.89% -2.95%
Labour hold Swing +0.35
Liverpool City Council Municipal Elections 2011: 5th May 2011 [4]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Beatrice Fraenkel 3001 86.36% +8.30%
TUSC Jo McNeill 162 4.66% n/a
Conservative David Michael John Jeffery 128 3.68% -0.8%
Green Johnathan Richard Clatworthy 106 3.05% 0.63%
Liberal Irene Norah Jones 78 2.24% -3.88%
Majority 2839 81.70% +10.98%
Turnout 3475 30.84% -17.48%
Labour hold Swing
Liverpool City Council Municipal Elections 2010: Kirkdale [5]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Malcolm Kennedy 4284 78.06%
BNP Steven Greenhalgh 403 7.34%
Liberal George Blacklock Roberts 336 6.12%
Conservative Nigel Stuart Barber 246 4.48%
Green Jonathan Clatworthy 133 2.42%
Independent Will Thomson 86 1.57%
Majority 3881 70.72%
Turnout 5488 48.32%
Labour hold Swing

Elections of the 2000s

Two councillors were returned in the 2008 election.
Liverpool City Council Municipal Elections 2008: Kirkdale [6]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Joseph Hanson 1971 40.33%
Labour Beatrice Lesser Fraenkel 1737 35.54%
BNP Steven Greenhalgh 389 7.96%
Independent Will Thomson 146 2.99%
Liberal Democrat Pauline Bradley 144 2.95%
Liberal Democrat Thomas William Morrison 107 2.19%
Green Jonathan Clatworthy 96 1.96%
Green Alison Edis 95 1.94%
Conservative Alma Gavine McGing 95 1.94%
Conservative John Astley Watson 61 1.25%
Liberal Damien Patrick Daly 46 0.94%
Majority
Turnout 4887 23.36%
Labour hold Swing
Liverpool City Council Municipal Elections 2007: Kirkdale [7]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Pat Holleran 1927 74.52%
BNP Steven Greenhalgh 169 6.54%
Liberal Democrat Thomas William Morrison 147 5.68%
UKIP Joseph Moran 109 4.22%
Green Natalie Grace Emily Awdry 84 3.25%
Conservative Nichola Munro 66 2.55%
Independent Will Thomson 47 1.82%
Liberal Irene Norah Mayes 37 1.43%
Majority
Turnout 2586 22.77%
Labour hold Swing
Liverpool City Council Municipal Elections 2006: Kirkdale [8]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Malcolm Kennedy 1958 78.16%
Liberal Democrat Francis O'Donoghue 232 9.26%
UKIP Joseph Moran 182 7.27%
Conservative Thomas O'Brien 69 2.75%
Majority
Turnout 2505 21.18%
Labour hold Swing
After the boundary change of 2004 the whole of Liverpool City Council faced election. Three Councillors were returned.
Liverpool City Council Municipal Elections 2004: Kirkdale [9]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Joseph Hanson 2378
Labour Cecilia Holleran 2315
Labour Malcolm Kennedy 2145
Liverpool Labour Alfred Kincks 365
Liberal Democrat Pauline Bradley 274
Liberal Democrat David Downham 260
Liverpool Labour Sandra Kenwright 258
Liberal Democrat Carole Tonner 250
Liverpool Labour Thomas Smith 243
Liberal David O'Brien 125
Liberal Susan O'Brien 125
Green Margaret Williams 125
Green Daniel Cook 121
Green Eline Van Der Linde 115
Liberal George Roberts 105
Majority
Turnout 3384 28.14%
Labour hold Swing n/a

italics denotes the sitting Councillor
bold denotes the winning candidate

References

  1. ^ "Liverpool City Council elections 1998-2006". 16 May 2010. 
  2. ^ "Municipal Election Results 2014, Kirkdale". Liverpool City Council. 
  3. ^ "Municipal Election Results 2012, Kirkdale". Liverpool City Council. 
  4. ^ "Municipal Election Results 2011, Kirkdale". Liverpool City Council. 
  5. ^ "Municipal Election Results 2010, Kirkdale". Liverpool City Council. 
  6. ^ "Municipal Election Results 2008, Kirkdale". Liverpool City Council. 
  7. ^ "Municipal Election Results 2007, Kirkdale". Liverpool City Council. 
  8. ^ "Municipal Election Results 2006, Kirkdale". Liverpool City Council. 
  9. ^ "Municipal Election results 2004". Liverpool City Council. 

External links

  • Liverpool City Council: Ward profile

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