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Town (Hammersmith and Fulham), 2012

A by-election was held for the Town ward of Hammersmith and Fulham London Borough Council on 12 July 2012 following the resignation of Conservative Cllr Stephen Greenhalgh.

Andrew Brown held the seat for the Conservatives.

Result
Vote Share
Conservative
49.4%
Labour
26.8%
Lib Dems
21.3%
UKIP
2.5%

Party Candidate Votes Vote % Change
Conservative Andrew Brown 768 49.4% -6.6%
Labour Ben Coleman 416 26.8% +6.4%
Lib Dems Paul Kennedy 331 21.3% -2.4%
UKIP Andrew Elston 39 2.5% +2.5%


2010 Result (3 seats)
Vote Share
Conservative
56.0%
Lib Dems
23.7%
Labour
20.4%

Party Candidate Votes Vote %
Conservative Oliver Craig 2,639 56.0%
Conservative Stephen Greenhalgh 2,548
Conservative Greg Smith 2,399
Lib Dems Paul Kennedy 1,117 23.7%
Lib Dems Henry Braund 989
Labour Ben Coleman 960 20.4%
Lib Dems Graham Muir 886
Labour Oliver Cardigan 882
Labour Natalia Shepherd 837


News
"Tories hold Town ward seat with Fulham by-election victory", Fulham and Hammersmith Chronicle, 13 July
"Hammersmith & Council by-election is a four-way fight", Fulham and Hammersmith Chronicle, 6 July
"Fulham by-election candidates appeal for votes", Fulham and Hammersmith Chronicle, 4 July
"Fulham by-election called after Greenhalgh departure", Fulham and Hammersmith Chronicle, 7 June
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