Tuesday by-election GAIN for Lib Dems

Good news from Wells:

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  • Yeovil Yokel 14th Jul '21 - 7:52pm

    Can we read anything into this result? Our very own Tessa Munt held the parliamentary seat of Wells until the 2015 General Election – it would be useful to know the previous result in this ward.

  • In 2019 elected 2 x LD, 2 x Ind, a Green and a Tory.

    Results for the Wells – St Thomas Parish Election 2019
    Candidate Party Votes Result
    Agabani, Louis Wells Independents 775 Elected
    Fawcett, Andrew Robert Wells Independents 732 Elected
    Greenwell, Richard James Conservative Party Candidate 452
    Hartley, Oliver Stephen Liberal Democrat 873 Elected
    Robbins, Anthony William Liberal Democrat 881 Elected
    Rust, Jennifer Mary Green Party 697 Elected
    Sloan, Sarah Frances Conservative Party Candidate 414
    Swain, David Albert George Conservative Party Candidate 437
    Webber, Eileen Vivian Labour and Co-Operative Party 344
    Wride, Celia Rose Conservative Party Candidate 523 Elected
    47.7% turnout

  • Yeovil Yokel 15th Jul '21 - 7:10pm

    Thanks, Andy.

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