Election results: Arbury and Stockingford area (Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough)

2013 election result

Bill Olner - elected

Labour (2092 votes)

Caroline Phillips - elected

Labour (1823 votes)

Other candidates

Judith Barrett

Green (206 votes)

Pete Bradley

Trade Unionists and Socialists Against Cuts (115 votes)

Alwyn Deacon

British National Party (386 votes)

Steve Gee

Trade Unionists and Socialists Against Cuts (110 votes)

Aston Jones-Oakley

Independent (256 votes)

Oliver Lane

Conservative (856 votes)

Rob Tromans

Conservative (868 votes)

Mike Wright

Green (163 votes)

Older election result data for Arbury and Stockingford area

Before the 2005 election, county level electoral boundaries in Warwickshire were slightly different. Because of this difference, data isn't displayed alongside the 2005, 2009 and 2013 results - but it is still available to view and download through the Warwickshire Open Data website.

2005 full election result details for Arbury and Stockingford area

Candidates

Patricia Henry - elected
 

Labour (4240 votes / 28.70%)

David Bryden
 

Conservative (2578 votes / 17.45%)

Glen Dunton
 

Liberal Democrat (1632 votes / 11.05%)

Thomas Wilson
 

Conservative (2433 votes / 16.47%)

Barry Longden - elected
 

Labour (3888 votes / 26.32%)

Total votes

Shift of power over time

ElectionCouncillorPartyVotes
2005 FullCllr Patricia HenryLabour4240
2005 FullCllr Barry LongdenLabour3888
2009 FullCllr Sonja WilsonConservative1582
2009 FullCllr Tom WilsonConservative1637
2009 ByCllr Barry LongdenLabour1331
2013 FullCllr Bill OlnerLabour2092
2013 FullCllr Caroline PhillipsLabour1823

2009 full election result details for Arbury and Stockingford area

Candidates

James Alty
 

Green (692 votes / 7.69%)

Martyn Findley
 

BNP (1283 votes / 14.27%)

Pat Henry
 

Labour (1472 votes / 16.37%)

Barry Longden
 

Labour (1480 votes / 16.46%)

Sonja Wilson - elected
 

Conservative (1582 votes / 17.59%)

Tom Wilson - elected
 

Conservative (1637 votes / 18.20%)

Mike Wright
 

Green (848 votes / 9.43%)

Total votes

Shift of power over time

ElectionCouncillorPartyVotes
2005 FullCllr Patricia HenryLabour4240
2005 FullCllr Barry LongdenLabour3888
2009 FullCllr Sonja WilsonConservative1582
2009 FullCllr Tom WilsonConservative1637
2009 ByCllr Barry LongdenLabour1331
2013 FullCllr Bill OlnerLabour2092
2013 FullCllr Caroline PhillipsLabour1823

2009 by-election result details for Arbury and Stockingford area

Candidates

Alice Field
 

Liberal Democrats (118 votes / 1.31%)

Martyn Findley
 

British National Party (449 votes / 4.99%)

Steven Gee
 

Socialist Alternative (43 votes / 0.48%)

Barry Longden - elected
 

Labour (1331 votes / 14.80%)

Thomas Wilson
 

Conservative (1079 votes / 12.00%)

Michael Wright
 

Green (170 votes / 1.89%)

Total votes

Shift of power over time

ElectionCouncillorPartyVotes
2005 FullCllr Patricia HenryLabour4240
2005 FullCllr Barry LongdenLabour3888
2009 FullCllr Sonja WilsonConservative1582
2009 FullCllr Tom WilsonConservative1637
2009 ByCllr Barry LongdenLabour1331
2013 FullCllr Bill OlnerLabour2092
2013 FullCllr Caroline PhillipsLabour1823

2013 full election result details for Arbury and Stockingford area

Candidates

Judith Barrett
 

Green (206 votes / 3.00%)

Pete Bradley
 

Trade Unionists and Socialists Against Cuts (115 votes / 1.67%)

Alwyn Deacon
 

British National Party (386 votes / 5.61%)

Steve Gee
 

Trade Unionists and Socialists Against Cuts (110 votes / 1.60%)

Aston Jones-Oakley
 

Independent (256 votes / 3.72%)

Oliver Lane
 

Conservative (856 votes / 12.45%)

Bill Olner - elected
 

Labour (2092 votes / 30.43%)

Caroline Phillips - elected
 

Labour (1823 votes / 26.52%)

Rob Tromans
 

Conservative (868 votes / 12.63%)

Mike Wright
 

Green (163 votes / 2.37%)

Total votes

Shift of power over time

ElectionCouncillorPartyVotes
2005 FullCllr Patricia HenryLabour4240
2005 FullCllr Barry LongdenLabour3888
2009 FullCllr Sonja WilsonConservative1582
2009 FullCllr Tom WilsonConservative1637
2009 ByCllr Barry LongdenLabour1331
2013 FullCllr Bill OlnerLabour2092
2013 FullCllr Caroline PhillipsLabour1823

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