Election results: Nuneaton Galley Common area (Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough)

2013 election result

Philip Johnson - elected

Labour (643 votes)

Other candidates

Jim Foster

Conservative (563 votes)

Paige McGuire

Trade Unionists and Socialists Against Cuts (69 votes)

Marcia Watson

Green (98 votes)

Older election result data for Nuneaton Galley Common 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 Nuneaton Galley Common area

Candidates

Marcus Jones
 

Conservative (1500 votes / 45.11%)

Michael Jones - elected
 

Labour (1825 votes / 54.89%)

Total votes

Shift of power over time

ElectionCouncillorPartyVotes
2005 FullCllr Michael JonesLabour1825
2009 FullCllr Jim FosterConservative770
2013 FullCllr Philip JohnsonLabour643

2009 full election result details for Nuneaton Galley Common area

Candidates

Alexandra Chappell
 

Liberal Democrat (215 votes / 11.32%)

Jim Foster - elected
 

Conservative (770 votes / 40.53%)

Wendy Hart
 

BNP (409 votes / 21.53%)

Thomas Ingall
 

Green (101 votes / 5.32%)

Mick Jones
 

Labour (405 votes / 21.32%)

Total votes

Shift of power over time

ElectionCouncillorPartyVotes
2005 FullCllr Michael JonesLabour1825
2009 FullCllr Jim FosterConservative770
2013 FullCllr Philip JohnsonLabour643

2013 full election result details for Nuneaton Galley Common area

Candidates

Jim Foster
 

Conservative (563 votes / 41.01%)

Philip Johnson - elected
 

Labour (643 votes / 46.83%)

Paige McGuire
 

Trade Unionists and Socialists Against Cuts (69 votes / 5.03%)

Marcia Watson
 

Green (98 votes / 7.14%)

Total votes

Shift of power over time

ElectionCouncillorPartyVotes
2005 FullCllr Michael JonesLabour1825
2009 FullCllr Jim FosterConservative770
2013 FullCllr Philip JohnsonLabour643

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