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Scotter and Blyton by-election, 2017

Conservative hold

A by-election was held for the Scotter and Blyton ward of West Lindsey District Council on 27 July 2017 following the resignation of Conservative Cllr Adam Matthew Duguid.

Bruce James Allison held the seat for the Conservatives.

Result

Conservative
44.0%
Liberal Democrats
35.1%
Labour
14.6%
UKIP
6.3%

PartyCandidate Votes%Change
ConservativeBruce James Allison 69444.0%+8.9%
Liberal DemocratsLiz Clews 55535.1%+8.8%
LabourJonathan Mark Harper 23014.6%-1.3%
UKIPNeville Shaun Jones 1006.3%n/a
Turnout: 25.7% (-27.9%)   -   Valid votes: 1,579   -   Invalid votes: 3
Majority: 139 (8.8%)   -   Swing: 0.1% LD to Con


2015 Result (3 seats)

Conservative
35.1%
Liberal Democrats
26.3%
Day
22.7%
Labour
15.9%

PartyCandidate Votes%
ConservativePatricia Anne Mewis 1,75235.1%
Liberal DemocratsLesley Anne Rollings 1,31426.3%
ConservativeAdam Matthew Duguid 1,281
IndependentChristopher Peter Day 1,13622.7%
ConservativeEdward Graham Cockcroft 1,134
Liberal DemocratsElizabeth Ann Clews 999
LabourWilliam Edward Rodgers 79415.9%
Liberal DemocratsSally Pamela Loates 725
LabourMabel Tallulah Dunbar 583
Turnout: 53.6%   -   Valid votes: 3,212   -   Invalid votes: 65
Majority: split ward


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