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Broughton and Appleby Ward — North Lincolnshire

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6th May 2021 (2 seats) [Death of Ivan Glover and resignation of Holly Mumby-Croft MP]

Carol Ross C 1217 67.6%
Janet Lee C 1141
Lucy Watson Lab 450 25.0%
Graham Ladlow Lab 412
Jo Baker Grn 99 5.5%
Amie Watson Grn 82
Mike Speakman ForBritn 34 1.9%

2nd May 2019 (2 seats)

Holly Mumby-Croft C 1210 61.9%
Ivan Glover C 1205
Cath Whittingham Lab 464 23.7%
Mo Whitaker-Clark Lab 388
Katie Graham Grn 280 14.3%

7th May 2015 (2 seats)

Holly Mumby-Croft C 1804 52.6%
Ivan Glover C 1802
Christopher Pope Lab 828 24.1%
Mike Speakman UKIP 602 17.5%
Maxine Wilson Lab 548
Alan Robinson Grn 198 5.8%

5th May 2011 (2 seats)

Ivan Glover C 1269 58.4%
Arthur Bunyan C 1262
Bernard Grainger Lab 904 41.6%
Paul Redfern Lab 696

3rd May 2007 (2 seats)

Ivan Glover C 1006 55.0%
Arthur Bunyan C 958
Kenneth Edgell Lab 824 45.0%
Bernard Grainger Lab 807

18th December 2003 [Election of Ivan Glover declared void]

Ivan Glover C 891 49.1%
Lab 790 43.6%
LD 132 7.3%

1st May 2003 (2 seats)

Arthur Bunyan C 1262 48.2%
Ivan Glover C 1083
Kenneth Edgell Lab 1082 41.3%
George Curtis Lab 1055
Peter Morris LD 275 10.5%
Richard Thompson LD 199

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