Dudley local elections

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One third of Dudley Council is elected each year, followed by one year without election.

Political control[edit]

Party in control Years
Labour 1973 - 1976
Conservative 1976 - 1980
No overall control 1980 - 1982
Conservative 1982 - 1984
No overall control 1984 - 1986
Labour 1986 - 1992
No overall control 1992 - 1994
Labour 1994 - 2003
No overall control 2003 - 2004
Conservative 2004 - 2012
Labour 2012–present

Council elections[edit]

Dudley Council election, 1998
Dudley Council election, 1999
Dudley Council election, 2000
Dudley Council election, 2002
Dudley Council election, 2003
Dudley Council election, 2004
Dudley Council election, 2006
Dudley Council election, 2007
Dudley Council election, 2008
Dudley Council election, 2010
Dudley Council election, 2011
Dudley Council election, 2012

By-election results[edit]

Halesowen South By-Election 9 July 1998
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative John Woodall 1,333 56.5 +5.4
Labour Nigel Hodgetts 777 32.9 -4.1
Liberal Democrat Stanley Robert Ratcliff 249 10.6 -1.3
Majority 556 23.6
Turnout 2,359 23.0
Conservative hold Swing
St Andrews By-Election 18 October 2001
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Phil Higgins 794 62.2 +14.3
Conservative Steve Ridley 358 28.0 -13.3
Liberal Democrat Tim Fletcher 125 9.8 -1.0
Majority 436 34.2
Turnout 1,277 13.6
Labour hold Swing
Norton by-election, 21 June 2012
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Colin Elcock 1,375 51.17
Labour Adnan Rashid 633 23.56
Liberal Democrat Chris Bramall 259 9.64
UKIP Glenn Wilson 229 8.52
Green Benjamin Sweeney 143 5.32
National Front Kevin Inman 47 1.75
Majority 742
Turnout 2,686 27.68
Wollaston & Stourbridge Town By election, 1 February 2013
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Co-op Barbara Evelyn Sykes 847 35.69 -1.5
Conservative Matt Rogers 787 33.16 +0.9
UKIP Barbara Gillian Deeley 249 10.49 +0.8
Independent Russell Anthony Eden 211 8.89 +8.9
Liberal Democrat Christopher Ashley Bramall 169 7.12 -5.7
BNP Ken Griffiths 96 4.05 +4.1
Green Ben Sweeney 7 0.29 +0.3
Majority 60
Turnout 2,366
Labour gain from Conservative Swing
East Coseley Ward by-election, 19 September 2013[2]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Clem Baugh
Green Becky Blatchford
UKIP Star Etheridge
BNP Ken Griffiths
National Front Kevin Inman
Conservative Julian Ryder
Majority
Turnout

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