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Grange Park by-election, 2014

Two Conservative holds

A double by-election was held for the Grange Park ward of South Northamptonshire District Council on 2 October 2014 following the resignations of Conservative Cllrs Tharik Jainu-Deen and Mark Davidson, who are both moving out of the area. Cllr Tharik Jainu-Deen was originally elected in a previous by-election held on 28 June 2012, covered here.

Simon Clifford and Adil Sadygov held the seats for the Conservatives.

A later by-election for Grange Park was held on 1 December 2016, covered here.

Result

Conservative
63.3%
Labour
22.1%
UKIP
14.6%

Party Candidate Votes % Change
Conservative Simon Clifford 433 63.3% -11.8%
Conservative Adil Sadygov 313
Labour Ian Grant 151 22.1% n/a
UKIP Peter Conquest 100 14.6% n/a
UKIP Katie Chick 84
Turnout: 19.9% (-12.7%) - Majority: 162 (23.7%) - Swing: n/a


2011 Result (2 seats)

Conservative
75.1%
Fearnley
24.9%

Party Candidate Votes %
Conservative Mark Davidson 697 75.1%
Conservative Paul Farrow 590
Independent James Fearnley 231 24.9%
Turnout: 32.6% - Majority: 359 (38.7%)


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