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Hampstead Town by-election, 2015

Conservative hold

A by-election was held for the Hampstead Town ward of Camden London Borough Council on 7 May 2015 following the resignation of Conservative Cllr Simon Marcus.

Oliver Cooper held the seat for the Conservatives.

A previous by-election was held in Hampstead Town ward on 27 September 2012, covered here.

Result

Conservative
50.9%
Labour
26.1%
Green
11.3%
Liberal Democrats
10.3%
Rumble
1.4%

Party Candidate Votes % Change
Conservative Oliver Cooper 2,693 50.9% +12.9%
Labour Maddy Raman 1,381 26.1% +7.2%
Green Sophie Dix 597 11.3% -2.0%
Liberal Democrats Yannick Bultingaire 543 10.3% -19.5%
Independent Nigel Rumble 73 1.4% n/a
Turnout: 67.0% (+23.3%) - Majority: 1,312 (24.8%) - Swing: 2.9% Lab to Con


2014 Result (3 seats)

Conservative
38.0%
Liberal Democrats
29.8%
Labour
18.9%
Green
13.3%

Party Candidate Votes %
Conservative Simon Marcus 1,465 38.0%
Conservative Stephen Stark 1,380
Conservative Tom Currie 1,272
Liberal Democrats Linda Chung 1,148 29.8%
Labour Rachael Agnew 726 18.9%
Labour Maddy Raman 711
Labour Luca Salice 609
Liberal Democrats James Newsome 575
Liberal Democrats Robert Carruthers 542
Green Sophie Dix 512 13.3%
Green Maisie King 365
Green Prashant Vaze 288
Turnout: 43.7% - Majority: 124 (3.2%)


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