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Tudor by-election, 2014

Conservative hold

A by-election was held for the Tudor ward of Kingston upon Thames London Borough Council on 16 October 2014 following the resignation of Conservative Cllr Frank Thompson due to poor health.

Maria Netley held the seat for the Conservatives.

Result

Conservative
41.0%
Liberal Democrats
28.0%
Labour
12.1%
UKIP
10.4%
Green
8.5%

Party Candidate Votes % Change
Conservative Maria Netley 1,062 41.0% +0.1%
Liberal Democrats Marilyn Mason 725 28.0% +10.3%
Labour Chris Priest 314 12.1% -2.1%
UKIP Ben Roberts 269 10.4% -0.9%
Green Ryan Coley 219 8.5% -7.4%
Turnout: % (%) - Majority: 337 (13.0%) - Swing: 5.1% Con to LD


2014 Result (3 seats)

Conservative
40.9%
Liberal Democrats
17.7%
Green
15.9%
Labour
14.2%
UKIP
11.3%

Party Candidate Votes %
Conservative David Cunningham 1,617 40.9%
Conservative Hugh Scantlebury 1,437
Conservative Frank Thompson 1,378
Liberal Democrats Jac Lott 701 17.7%
Liberal Democrats Anne-Marie Haddon 698
Green Chris Murphy 629 15.9%
Labour Bob Smy 561 14.2%
Liberal Democrats Maha Alfakier 554
Labour Judith Cowley 511
Labour Philip Gregg 455
UKIP John Warne 445 11.3%
Turnout: 46.6% - Majority: 677 (17.1%)


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