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Tuebrook and Stoneycroft (ward)

Tuebrook and Stoneycroft is a Liverpool City Council Ward within the Liverpool West Derby Parliamentary constituency. It contains the Tuebrook and Stoneycroft areas of Liverpool. In 2004 it was reformed taking in small parts of the former Old Swan, Clubmoor, Croxteth and Anfield wards, and losing small areas elsewhere.[1]

Contents

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

Councillors

Term Councillor [2] Party
2004 – present Steve Radford Liberal
2015 – present Carol Sung Labour
2014–present Kevin Morrison Liberal

Election results

Elections of the 2010s

Liverpool City Council Municipal Elections 2015: May 7th 2015 [3]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Carol Sung 3470 53.07% +23.88%
Liberal Berni Turner 2284 34.93% -25.11 %
UKIP Enid Moncom 316 4.83% +4.84%
Green Joan Margaret Evans 190 2.91% -2.34%
Conservative Robert Leslie Albert Poynton 103 1.58% -0.76%
Liberal Democrat Jerry Lonsdale 98 1.50% +1.50%
TUSC Craig Pearson 77 1.18% -1.99%
Majority 1186 18.14%
Labour gain from Liberal Swing -25.11%
Liverpool City Council Municipal Elections 2014: 22nd May 2014 [4]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Kevin John Morrison 1874 60.04% -12.69%
Labour Aver Gbaa 911 29.19% +5.67%
Green Natalie Elizabeth Clarke 164 5.25% +2.92%
TUSC Craig Pearson 99 3.17% n/a
Conservative Peter Connick 73 2.34% +1.86%
Majority 963 30.85% -18.35%
Turnout 3121 30.56% -5.52%
Liberal hold Swing -9.18%
Liverpool City Council Municipal Elections 2012: 3rd May 2012 [5]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Steve Radford 2721 72.73% +8.92%
Labour Jacqui Taylor 880 23.52% -5.91%
Green Natalie Elizabeth Clarke 87 2.33% +0.32%
Liberal Democrat Stephen Maddison 35 0.94% -0.86%
Conservative Gabrielle Saul 18 0.48% -0.79%
Majority 1,841 49.20% +14.83%
Turnout 3741 36.08% -0.21%
Liberal hold Swing +7.42%
Liverpool City Council Municipal Elections 2011: 5th May 2011 [6]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Hazel Williams 2415 63.80% +4.53%
Labour Matthew Shiel 1114 29.43% -4.91%
Green Natalie Elizabeth Clarke 76 2.01% -1.19%
Liberal Democrat Paula Birkitt 68 1.80% n/a
BNP Phillip James Mariott 64 1.69% n/a
Conservative Gabrielle Saul 48 1.27% -1.93%
Majority 1301 34.37% -24.90%
Turnout 3785 36.29% -20.46%
Liberal hold Swing +2.08%
Liverpool City Council Municipal Elections 2010: Tuebrook and Stoneycroft [7]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Christopher Lenton 3523 59.27% -13.16%
Labour Daniel Dean Barrington 2041 34.34% +17.87%
Green Natalie Elizabeth Clark 190 3.20% +0.07%
Conservative Prashant Singh 190 3.20% -0.17%
Majority 1482 59.27%
Turnout 5944 56.75% +29.65%
Liberal hold Swing -15.52%

Elections of the 2000s

Liverpool City Council Municipal Elections 2008: Tuebrook and Stoneycroft [8]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Steve Radford 2128 72.43%
Labour Robert Millington 484 16.47%
Liberal Democrat Kathryn Dadswell 135 4.59%
Conservative George Powell 99 3.37%
Green Jennifer Mary Brown 92 3.13%
Majority
Turnout 2938 27.10%
Liberal hold Swing
Liverpool City Council Municipal Elections 2007: Tuebrook and Stoneycroft [9]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Hazel Williams 1805 64.12%
Labour Allen Edward Hammond 564 20.04%
Liberal Democrat Anton Roscoe Minnion 165 5.86%
BNP Sharon Broadfoot 109 3.87%
Green Jennifer Mary Brown 96 3.41%
Conservative Lauren Graham 76 2.70%
Majority
Turnout 2815 25.89%
Liberal hold Swing
Liverpool City Council Municipal Elections 2006: Tuebrook and Stoneycroft [10]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Chris Lenton 1587 60.60%
Labour Allen Edward John Hammond 628 23.98%
Liberal Democrat Richard Mark Williams 308 11.76%
Conservative Damian Fisher 96 3.67%
Majority
Turnout 2619 22.30%
Liberal hold Swing

After the boundary change of 2004 the whole of Liverpool City Council faced election. Three Councillors were returned at this election.

Liverpool City Council Municipal Elections 2004: Tuebrook and Stoneycroft [11]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Steve Radford 2919
Liberal Hazel Williams 2453
Liberal Christopher Lenton 2385
Labour Robert Millington 633
Labour Allen Hammond 597
Labour James Allan 518
Liberal Democrat John McBridge 324
Liberal Democrat Linda Evans 304
Liberal Deborah Mayes 213
Liberal Democrat Ian Bull 279
Majority
Turnout 3274 27.21%
Liberal hold Swing n/a

External links

  • Tuebrook & Stoneycroft Ward Profile

References

  1. ^ "Boundary Commission Report". 15 May 2010. 
  2. ^ "Liverpool City Council elections 1998-2006". 15 May 2010. 
  3. ^ "Municipal Election Results 2014, Tuebrook & Stoneycroft". Liverpool City Council. 
  4. ^ "Municipal Election Results 2014, Tuebrook & Stoneycroft". Liverpool City Council. 
  5. ^ "Municipal Election results 2012, Tuebrook & Stoneycroft". Liverpool City Council. 
  6. ^ "Municipal Election results 2011, Tuebrook & Stoneycroft". Liverpool City Council. 
  7. ^ "Municipal Election results 2010, Tuebrook & Stoneycroft". Liverpool City Council. 
  8. ^ "Municipal Election results 2008, Tuebrooke and Stoneycroft". Liverpool City Council. 
  9. ^ "Municipal Election results 2007, Tuebrook and Stoneycroft". Liverpool City Council. 
  10. ^ "Municipal Election results 2006, Tuebrook and Stoneycroft". Liverpool City Council. 
  11. ^ "Municipal Election results 2004" (PDF). Liverpool City Council. 
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