2019 Stockport Metropolitan Borough Council election

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Stockport Council Election 2019
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20 Seats up for Election
  First party Second party
 
Party Liberal Democrat Labour
Seats before 21 23
Seats won 10 8
Seats after 26 26
Seat change Increase 5 Increase 3
Percentage 35% 28%

  Third party Fourth party
 
Party Conservative Heald Green Ratepayers
Seats before 12 3
Seats won 2 1
Seats after 8 3
Seat change Decrease 4 Steady
Percentage 20% 3%

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Leader of the Council before election

Alex Ganotis
Labour

Leader of the Council

Elise Wilson
Labour

The 2019 Stockport Metropolitan Borough Council election took place on 2 May 2019 to elect members of Stockport Metropolitan Borough Council in England.[1] This was on the same day as other local elections. Stockport Council is elected in thirds, which means that in each three member local ward, one councillor is elected every year, except every four years which is classed as a fallow year. The last fallow year was 2017, when no local government elections took place in the borough. Those councillors elected in 2019 will serve a four-year term, expiring in 2023.

Election results by ward[edit]

Asterix indicates incumbent in the Ward, and Bold names highlight winning candidate.

Bramhall North[edit]

Bramhall North[2]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Alanna Vine* 1,943 47 -6
Liberal Democrat Mark Jones 1,534 37 +7
Labour Pauline Sheaff 329 8 -4
Green Deborah Hind 287 7 +2
Majority 409 10
Turnout 4,093 40
Conservative hold Swing

Bramhall South and Woodford[edit]

Bramhall South and Woodford[3]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Mike Hurleston* 1,905 45 -8
Liberal Democrat Jeremy Meal 1,711 41 +5
Green Charlotte May 341 8 +5
Labour Colin Owen 245 6 -2
Majority 194 4
Turnout 4,202 43
Conservative hold Swing

Bredbury and Woodley[edit]

Bredbury and Woodley[4]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Stuart Corris* 1,608 53 -1
Labour Holly McCormack 470 15 -4
Conservative Susan Howard 403 13 -8
UKIP Vernon Bailey 396 13 N/A
Green Conrad Beard 185 6 +1
Majority 1,138 38
Turnout 3,062 29
Liberal Democrat hold Swing

Bredbury Green and Romiley[edit]

Bredbury Green and Romiley[5]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Mark Roberts 2,123 60 +9
Conservative Sally Bennett 710 20 -9
Labour Peter Black 480 13 -3
Green Camilla Luff 248 7 +3
Majority 1,413 40
Turnout 3,613 33
Liberal Democrat gain from Conservative Swing

Brinnington and Central[edit]

Brinnington and Central[6]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Kerry Waters 1,248 60 -18
Green Karl Wardlaw 272 13 N/A
Conservative Ros Lloyd 215 10 -5
Liberal Democrat Geoff Abell 183 9 +2
End Austerity John Pearson 164 8 N/A
Majority 976 47
Turnout 2,082 20
Labour hold Swing

Cheadle and Gatley[edit]

Cheadle and Gatley[7]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Graham Greenhalgh* 2,088 49 +2
Conservative Mark Williams 1,037 24 -5
Labour Khalid Ahmed 829 19 -3
Green Praveen Kutty 316 7 +5
Majority 1,051 25
Turnout 4,270 36
Liberal Democrat hold Swing

Cheadle Hulme North[edit]

Cheadle Hulme North[8]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Tom Morrison 2,069 51 +12
Labour Rachel Wise 1,239 31 -8
Conservative Bob Stevenson 317 8 -9
UKIP Taff Davies 268 7 +5
Green Michael Padfield 153 4 +1
Majority 830 20
Turnout 4,046 40
Liberal Democrat hold Swing

Cheadle Hulme South[edit]

Cheadle Hulme South[9]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Suzanne Wyatt* 2,149 55 -1
Conservative Mark Littlewood 890 23 -5
Labour Martin Miller 373 9 -1
Green Malcolm Brown 320 6 +3
UKIP Cyril Peake 295 8 +6
Majority 1,259 32
Turnout 3,927 37
Liberal Democrat hold Swing

Davenport and Cale Green[edit]

Davenport and Cale Green[10]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Dickie Davies* 1,650 57 -9
Liberal Democrat Gemma-Jane Bowker 469 16 +6
Green Chris Gibbins 424 15 +9
Conservative Sam Baxter 370 13 -5
Majority 1,181 41
Turnout 2,913 27
Labour hold Swing

Edgeley & Cheadle Heath[edit]

Edgeley & Cheadle Heath[11]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Matt Wynne 1,797 63 -11
UKIP Peter Behan 327 11 +8
Green Shaughan Rick 286 10 +4
Conservative Richard Walsh 256 9 +1
Liberal Democrat Oliver Harrison 199 7 -2
Majority 1,470 52
Turnout 2,865 28
Labour hold Swing

Hazel Grove[edit]

Hazel Grove[12]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Lou Ankers 1,993 48 +4
Conservative Julian Lewis-Booth* 1,225 29 -12
Labour Julie Wharton 457 11 -1
UKIP Eunice Normansell 321 8 N/A
Green Clare Brown 183 4 +1
Majority 768 19
Turnout 4,196 39
Liberal Democrat gain from Conservative Swing

Heald Green[edit]

Heald Green[13]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Heald Green Ratepayers Carole McCann 2,393 69 +10
Labour Joi Amos 450 13 -4
Conservative Yvonne Salmons 238 7 -5
Liberal Democrat Jane O'Neill 208 6 -
Green Richard Brown 114 5 +2
Majority 1,943 56
Turnout 3,449 35
Heald Green Ratepayers hold Swing

Heatons North[edit]

Heatons North[14]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Dena Ryness 1,955 50 -11
Conservative Anne-Marie Wadsworth 727 19 -4
Green Janet Cuff 616 16 +10
Liberal Democrat Jenny Humphreys 429 11 +5
Women’s Equality Jen Bryan 188 5 -
Majority 1,228 31
Turnout 3,915 36
Labour hold Swing

Heatons South[edit]

Heatons South[15]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Dean Fitzpatrick* 2,270 59 -7
Conservative Beverley Oliver 633 16 -5
Green Samuel Dugdale 620 16 +9
Liberal Democrat Charles Gibson 349 9 +3
Majority 1,637 43
Turnout 3,872 36
Labour hold Swing

Manor[edit]

Manor[16]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Laura Clingan 1,268 45 Decrease 10
Liberal Democrat Margaret McDermott 761 27 Increase 1
Conservative Janice McGahan 301 11 Decrease 2
Green Anthony Rablen 273 10 Increase 6
Foundation Party John Kelly 203 7 N/A
Majority 507 18 Decrease 11
Turnout 2,806 27 Decrease 1
Labour gain from Independent Swing Decrease 5.5%

Marple North[edit]

Marple North[17]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Becky Senior 2,225 51 +3
Conservative Hannah Sneddon 940 21 -3
Labour Claire Vibert 803 18 -
Green Carolyn Leather 406 9 +4
Majority 1,285 30
Turnout 4,374 46
Liberal Democrat gain from Conservative Swing

Marple South and High Lane[edit]

Marple South and High Lane[18]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Aron Thornley 2,037 46 +4
Independent Kenny Blair 1,030 23 N/A
Conservative Darran Palmer 682 15 -24
Labour Chris Wallis 477 11 -5
Green Andrew Threlfall 233 5 +2
Majority 1,007 23
Turnout 4,459 46
Liberal Democrat gain from Independent Swing

Offerton[edit]

Offerton[19]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Wendy Meikle* 1,581 57 +5
Conservative Michael Butler 473 17 +1
Labour James Pelham 469 17 -13
Green Simon Edge 274 10 +8
Majority 1,108
Turnout 2,870 28
Liberal Democrat hold Swing

Reddish North[edit]

Reddish North[20]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Roy Driver* 1,403 58 -15
Green Helena Mellish 478 20 +13
Conservative Natalie Fenton 349 14 -2
Liberal Democrat Susan Ingham 192 8 +4
Majority 925
Turnout 2,498 24
Labour hold Swing

Reddish South[edit]

Reddish South[21]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Janet Mobbs 1,379 47 -17
Green Gary Lawson 558 19 +13
Conservative Sue Carroll 363 12 -7
UKIP Joshua Seddon 341 12 +7
Liberal Democrat Alex Orndal 267 9 +3
Majority 821
Turnout 2,922 28
Labour hold Swing

Stepping Hill[edit]

Stepping Hill[22]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Grace Baynham 1,452 37 +2
Conservative Paul Hadfield* 1,165 30 -7
Labour Drew Carswell 1,021 26 +2
Green Ken Pease 280 7 +3
Majority 287
Turnout 3,974 39
Liberal Democrat gain from Conservative Swing

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Your next election or referendum". stockport.gov.uk. Stockport MBC. Retrieved 11 May 2019.
  2. ^ "Election results for Bramhall North". democracy.stockport.gov.uk. Stockport MBC.
  3. ^ "Election results for Bramhall South & Woodford". democracy.stockport.gov.uk. Stockport MBC.
  4. ^ "Election results for Bredbury & Woodley". democracy.stockport.gov.uk. Stockport MBC.
  5. ^ "Election results for Bredbury Green & Romiley". democracy.stockport.gov.uk. Stockport MBC.
  6. ^ "Election results for Brinnington & Central". democracy.stockport.gov.uk. Stockport MBC.
  7. ^ "Election results for Cheadle & Gatley". democracy.stockport.gov.uk. Stockport MBC.
  8. ^ "Election results for Cheadle & Gatley". democracy.stockport.gov.uk. Stockport MBC.
  9. ^ "Election results for Cheadle Hulme South". democracy.stockport.gov.uk. Stockport MBC.
  10. ^ "Election results for Davenport & Cale Green". democracy.stockport.gov.uk. Stockport MBC.
  11. ^ "Election results for Edgeley & Cheadle Heath". democracy.stockport.gov.uk. Stockport MBC.
  12. ^ "Election results for Hazel Grove". democracy.stockport.gov.uk. Stockport MBC.
  13. ^ "Election results for Heald Green". democracy.stockport.gov.uk. Stockport MBC.
  14. ^ "Election results for Heatons North". democracy.stockport.gov.uk. Stockport MBC.
  15. ^ "Election results for Heatons North". democracy.stockport.gov.uk. Stockport MBC.
  16. ^ "Election results for Manor". democracy.stockport.gov.uk. Stockport MBC.
  17. ^ "Election results for Marple North". democracy.stockport.gov.uk. Stockport MBC.
  18. ^ "Election results for Marple South & High Lane". democracy.stockport.gov.uk. Stockport MBC.
  19. ^ "Election results for Offerton". democracy.stockport.gov.uk. Stockport MBC.
  20. ^ "Election results for Reddish North". democracy.stockport.gov.uk. Stockport MBC.
  21. ^ "Election results for Reddish South". democracy.stockport.gov.uk. Stockport MBC.
  22. ^ "Election results for Stepping Hill". democracy.stockport.gov.uk. Stockport MBC.