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Billingham West Ward — Stockton-on-Tees

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6th May 2021 [Disqualification (non-attendance) of Chris Clough; C gain from Ind]

Lee Spence C 863 39.4%
Mark Bellerby Ind 791 36.2%
Paul Jenkins Lab 438 20.0%
John McDermottroe RefmUK 53 2.4%
Paul Henderson Ind 32 1.5%
Raymond Penn LD 7 0.3%
Giles Harris Ind 4 0.2%

2nd May 2019 (2 seats)

Helen Atkinson Ind 925 50.8%
Chris Clough Ind 895
Tony Maxwell C 515 28.3%
Jack Miller C 414
Paul Jenkins Lab 380 20.9%
Katie Weston Lab 315

7th May 2015 (2 seats) [2 Ind gains from C]

Helen Atkinson Ind 955 32.3%
Chris Clough Ind 941
Neil Harding Lab 842 28.5%
Valerie Bailey C 743 25.2%
Andrew Hatton C 736
Sheila Smart Lab 692
Andy Boylett UKIP 413 14.0%
Mandy Boylett UKIP 395

5th May 2011 (2 seats)

Michael Womphrey C 1586 65.5%
Mary Womphrey C 1563
George O'Neill Lab 590 24.3%
Christopher Davison LD 247 10.2%

3rd May 2007 (2 seats)

Michael Womphrey C 1649 75.2%
Mary Womphrey C 1608
Andrew Cunningham Lab 302 13.8%
Evaline Cunningham Lab 278
Anthony Atkinson LD 241 11.0%
Christopher Davison LD 180

5th May 2005 (2 seats)

Michael Womphrey C 1716 57.6%
Mary Womphrey C 1692
John Cunningham Lab 814 27.3%
Audrey Pollard LD 449 15.1%
Colin Pollard LD 391

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