Cambridgeshire County Council election, 2009

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Cambridgeshire County Council election, 2009
England
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All 81 seats to Cambridgeshire County Council
41 seats needed for a majority
  First party Second party
 
Party Conservative Liberal Democrat
Last election 42 23
Seats won 42 23
Seat change Steady Steady

Cambridgeshire UK local election 2009 map.svg
Results by electoral division. Striped wards have mixed representation.

party before election


Conservative

Elected party


Conservative

An election to Cambridgeshire County Council took place on 4 June 2009 as part of the United Kingdom local elections, 2009. The election was delayed from 7 May to coincide with elections to the European Parliament. 69 councillors were elected from 60 electoral divisions, which returned either one or two county councillors each by first-past-the-post voting. The Conservative Party retained their majority on the council, while the Green Party and UKIP gained their first seats.

All locally registered electors (British, Irish, Commonwealth and European Union citizens) who were aged 18 or over on Thursday 4 June 2009 were entitled to vote in the local elections. Those who were temporarily away from their ordinary address (for example, away working, on holiday, in student accommodation or in hospital) were also entitled to vote in the local elections,[1] although those who had moved abroad and registered as overseas electors cannot vote in the local elections. It is possible to register to vote at more than one address (such as a university student who had a term-time address and lives at home during holidays) at the discretion of the local Electoral Register Office, but it remains an offence to vote more than once in the same local government election.[2] The next election is scheduled for 4 May 2017.

Summary[edit]

In Cambridge, the Labour Party lost two seats, to the Green Party in Abbey and to the Liberal Democrats in King's Hedges. The Conservatives, despite improving their vote in many electoral divisions and coming second city-wide, failed to gain any seats. South Cambridgeshire saw three seats change hands from Conservatives to Liberal Democrats, including in Hardwick which the Liberal Democrats had held since a by-election in 2008. In East Cambridgeshire however, the Conservatives gained four seats from the Liberal Democrats, with Labour fielding candidates in several electoral divisions they did not contest in 2005. There was no change in representation from Fenland, where Conservatives won every seat. In Huntingdonshire, Liberal Democrats lost a seat to Conservatives in St Neots Eaton Socon and Eynesbury, but gained one in Godmanchester and Huntingdon East, a two-member division which subsequently had split representation. The election in the Ramsey electoral division was delayed until 23 July 2009 due to the death of one of the candidates. The election in that division was won by the United Kingdom Independence Party.

Results[edit]

Cambridgeshire County Council election, 2009[3]
Party Seats Gains Losses Net gain/loss Seats % Votes % Votes +/−
  Conservative 42 5 5 0 60.9% 45.6% 94,806
  Liberal Democrat 23 5 5 0 33.3% 33.7% 70,030
  Labour 2 0 1 −1 2.9% 9.1% 18,824
  Green 1 1 0 +1 1.4% 4.9% 10,351
  UKIP 1 1 0 +1 1.4% 3.3% 6,780
  Independent 0 0 0 0 0.0% 2.2% 4,672
  Labour Co-op 0 0 1 −1 0.0% 0.7% 1,409
  Monster Raving Loony 0 0 0 0 0.0% 0.3% 566
  Libertarian 0 0 0 0 0.0% 0.1% 140
  UK First 0 0 0 0 0.0% 0.1% 117

Note: the election in the Ramsey electoral division, previously held by the Conservative Party, was delayed until 23 July 2009 due to the death of one of the candidates. The election in that division was won by the United Kingdom Independence Party.

Party strength by electoral division[edit]

The following maps show the percentage of the vote each party obtained by electoral division. A colour key for each map can be viewed by clicking on the image.

Conservative Party Liberal Democrats Labour Party
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Green Party UKIP
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Results by electoral division[edit]

Cambridge (14 seats)[edit]

Abbey electoral division
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Green Simon Sedgwick-Jell 855 40.2 +28.2
Labour Co-op Paul Sales 617 28.9 −11.1
Conservative Timothy Haire 362 17.0 −1.2
Liberal Democrat Julian Huppert 273 12.8 −17.0
Rejected ballots 22 1.0 {{{change}}}
Turnout 2,129 32.58
Green gain from Labour Co-op Swing
Arbury electoral division
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Rupert Moss-Eccardt 1,146 41.7 +0.7
Labour Co-op Ian Kidman 792 28.8 −4.9
Conservative Daniel Whant 430 15.7 −2.4
Green Catherine Terry 361 13.1 +5.9
Rejected ballots 19 0.7 {{{change}}}
Turnout 2,747 40.9
Liberal Democrat hold Swing
Castle electoral division
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Belinda Brooks-Gordon 1,095 43.1 −9.12
Independent John Hipkin 756 29.7 N/A
Conservative Edward MacNaghten 267 10.5 −8.3
Green Stephen Lawrence 226 8.9 −2.2
Labour John Buckingham 196 7.7 −10.3
Rejected ballots 13 0.5 {{{change}}}
Turnout 2,543 37.2
Liberal Democrat hold Swing
Cherry Hinton electoral division
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Christine Carter 1,021 41.9 +1.4
Conservative Charles Harcourt 760 31.2 +5.0
Green Neil Ford 320 13.1 +7.2
Liberal Democrat Laurence Edkins 319 13.1 −14.3
Rejected ballots 17 0.7 {{{change}}}
Turnout 2,436 38.9
Labour hold Swing
Coleridge electoral division
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Tariq Sadiq 929 36.1 +0.2
Conservative Andrew Bower 830 32.3 +11.8
Liberal Democrat Thomas Yates 325 12.6 −21.8
Green Valerie Hopkins 314 12.2 +5.3
UKIP Albert Watts 159 6.2 +4.0
Rejected ballots 14 0.5 {{{change}}}
Turnout 2,572 41.2
Labour hold Swing
East Chesterton electoral division
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Siep Wijsenbeek 807 35.5 −3.7
Conservative James Strachan 559 24.6 +5.3
Labour Leonard Freeman 339 14.9 −18.1
Green Peter Pope 331 14.6 +6.1
UKIP Peter Burkinshaw 220 9.7 N/A
Rejected ballots 18 0.8 {{{change}}}
Turnout 2,273 36.1
Liberal Democrat hold Swing
King's Hedges electoral division
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Andrew Pellew 751 38.7 +4.8
Labour Primrose Hughes 500 25.8 −11.1
Conservative Matthew Adams 439 22.6 +0.7
Green James Youd 228 11.8 +4.5
Rejected ballots 18 0.9 {{{change}}}
Turnout 1,940 33.0
Liberal Democrat gain from Labour Swing
Market electoral division
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Sarah Whitebread 847 44.5 −5.6
Conservative Sheila Lawlor 406 21.3 +3.5
Green Keith Garrett 401 21.1 +5.3
Labour George Owers 239 12.6 −3.69
Rejected ballots 9 0.5 {{{change}}}
Turnout 1,902 27.4
Liberal Democrat hold Swing
Newnham electoral division
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Lucy Nethsingha 1,051 45.9 −4.7
Conservative James Sharpe 503 22.0 +4.0
Green Robert Young 393 17.2 +3.0
Labour Malcolm Schofield 323 14.1 −3.1
Rejected ballots 14 0.6 {{{change}}}
Turnout 2,285 34.3
Liberal Democrat hold Swing
Petersfield electoral division
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Nichola Harrison 1,009 41.6 +1.3
Labour Jennifer May 718 29.6 −1.7
Green Shayne Mitchell 353 14.6 −1.1
Conservative Shapour Meftah 335 13.8 +1.1
Rejected ballots 10 0.4 {{{change}}}
Turnout 2,425 38.5
Liberal Democrat hold Swing
Queen Edith's electoral division
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Geoffrey Heathcock 1,521 56.2 −3.0
Conservative Donald Douglas 651 24.0 +3.0
Green Brian Westcott 329 12.2 +6.6
Labour Jonathan Goodacre 199 7.4 −6.8
Rejected ballots 7 0.3 {{{change}}}
Turnout 2,707 42.5
Liberal Democrat hold Swing
Romsey electoral division
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Kilian Bourke 829 34.3 −10.7
Labour Christine Freeman 493 20.4 −12.9
Independent Thomas Woodcock 425 17.6 N/A
Green Philip Richards 297 12.3 +1.5
Conservative Samuel Barker 270 11.2 +1.5
UKIP Marjorie Barr 96 3.9 +2.7
Rejected ballots 9 0.4 {{{change}}}
Turnout 2,418 36.9
Liberal Democrat hold Swing
Trumpington electoral division
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Caroline Shepherd 991 43.2 −7.8
Conservative John Ionides 819 35.7 +8.1
Green Ceri Galloway 292 12.7 +4.6
Labour Pamela Stacey 170 7.4 −5.9
Rejected ballots 20 0.9 {{{change}}}
Turnout 2,292 39.7
Liberal Democrat hold Swing
West Chesterton electoral division
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Kevin Wilkins 1,157 45.5 −1.2
Conservative Michael Morley 522 20.5 +3.0
Green Alexandra Collis 459 18.1 +6.4
Labour Michael Sargeant 394 15.5 −8.6
Rejected ballots 10 0.4 {{{change}}}
Turnout 2,542 41.2
Liberal Democrat hold Swing

East Cambridgeshire (9 seats)[edit]

Burwell electoral division
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative David Brown 1,321 47.0 +2.9
Liberal Democrat Hazel Williams 1,290 45.9 −10.0
Labour Sandra Wilson 165 5.9 N/A
Rejected ballots 31 1.1 {{{change}}}
Turnout 2,808 44.7
Conservative gain from Liberal Democrat Swing
Ely North and East electoral division
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Nigel Bell 1,414 46.4 −13.2
Conservative David Ambrose-Smith 1,355 44.5 +4.1
Labour Robin Hay 233 7.6 N/A
Rejected ballots 43 1.4 {{{change}}}
Turnout 3,047 38.0
Liberal Democrat hold Swing
Ely South and West electoral division
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Sue Austen 1,374 51.1 −5.1
Conservative Anna Bailey 1,115 41.5 −2.3
Labour Michele Wilkinson 153 5.7 N/A
Rejected ballots 40 1.5 {{{change}}}
Turnout 2,688 42.6
Liberal Democrat hold Swing
Haddenham electoral division
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Bill Hunt 1,642 50.1 +9.5
Liberal Democrat Gareth Wilson 1,427 44.1 +7.1
Labour Christopher Wilson 131 4.1 −10.6
Rejected ballots 28 0.9 {{{change}}}
Turnout 3,233 42.9
Conservative hold Swing
Littleport electoral division
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Fred Brown 926 53.4 +8.6
Liberal Democrat Aaron Broadley 647 37.3 −17.9
Labour Edna Simms 134 7.7 N/A
Rejected ballots 27 1.6 {{{change}}}
Turnout 1,734 28.7
Conservative gain from Liberal Democrat Swing
Soham and Fordham Villages electoral division
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative James Palmer 2,331 31.6 +8.2
Conservative John Powley 1,919 26.0 +0.9
Liberal Democrat Charles Warner 1,347 18.3 −9.6
Liberal Democrat Michael Allan 1,238 16.8 −6.9
Labour Jessica Blair 280 3.8 N/A
Labour Kerry Murphy 257 3.5 N/A
Rejected ballots 77 1.9 {{{change}}}
Turnout 4,047 31.95
Conservative gain from Liberal Democrat Swing
Conservative hold Swing
Sutton electoral division
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Philip Read 1,131 45.3 +1.0
Liberal Democrat Ian Dewar 593 23.7 −33.1
Independent Owen Winters 584 23.4 N/A
Labour Peter Allenson 178 7.1 N/A
Rejected ballots 14 0.6 {{{change}}}
Turnout 2,498 38.9
Conservative gain from Liberal Democrat Swing
Woodditton electoral division
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Mathew Shuter 1,811 53.9 +4.2
Liberal Democrat Christine Bryant 1,288 38.3 +5.3
Labour Steven O'Dell 216 6.4 −10.8
Rejected ballots 34 1.0 {{{change}}}
Turnout 3,359 43.5
Conservative hold Swing

Fenland (11 seats)[edit]

Chatteris electoral division
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Alan Melton 1,140 49.3 +3.3
Liberal Democrat Chris Howes 975 42.2 +14.8
Labour Max Kelly 157 6.8 −19.8
Rejected ballots 30 1.3 {{{change}}}
Turnout 2,312 39.2
Conservative hold Swing
Forty Foot electoral division
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Geoffrey Harper 981 38.4 −14.2
Independent Mark Archer 767 30.0 N/A
UKIP Callum Duffy 380 14.9 N/A
Liberal Democrat Roy Benford 167 6.5 −12.5
Labour Bill Ashby 123 4.8 −23.6
UK First Len Baynes 117 4.6 N/A
Rejected ballots 24 0.9 {{{change}}}
Turnout 2,556 36.8
Conservative hold Swing
March East electoral division
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Fred Yeulett 1,229 57.6 +13.1
Liberal Democrat Heather Kinnear 497 23.3 +8.2
Labour Carol Jones 372 17.4 −15.2
Rejected ballots 37 1.7 {{{change}}}
Turnout 2,135 33.9
Conservative hold Swing
March North electoral division
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative John West 985 54.9 +2.8
Liberal Democrat Christine Colbert 538 29.9 −17.9
Labour Harry Jones 242 13.5 N/A
Rejected ballots 31 1.7 {{{change}}}
Turnout 1,794 33.6
Conservative hold Swing
March West electoral division
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative John Clark 1,175 53.3 −4.3
Independent Reg Kemp 560 25.4 N/A
Liberal Democrat Paul Adams 277 12.6 −29.8
Labour Joy Owen 177 8.0 N/A
Rejected ballots 14 0.6 {{{change}}}
Turnout 2,203 35.9
Conservative hold Swing
Roman Bank and Peckover electoral division
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Steve Tierney 1,326 52.7 −6.3
UKIP Christopher Schooling 617 24.5 N/A
Labour Joan Diggle 306 12.2 N/A
Liberal Democrat Frank Bellard 254 10.1 −30.9
Rejected ballots 12 0.5 {{{change}}}
Turnout 2,516 36.9
Conservative hold Swing
Waldersey electoral division
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Jill Tuck 936 40.2 −18.6
Liberal Democrat Gavin Booth 641 27.4 −13.7
Independent Alan Burbridge 394 16.9 N/A
Green Paul Carpenter 197 8.5 N/A
Labour Dave Goode 146 6.3 N/A
Rejected ballots 15 0.6 {{{change}}}
Turnout 2,331 38.1
Conservative hold Swing
Whittlesey North electoral division
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Martin Curtis 1,393 61.3 +8.9
Liberal Democrat David Chapman 499 21.9 +9.4
Labour Jes Hibbert 343 15.1 −19.8
Rejected ballots 32 1.4 {{{change}}}
Turnout 2,271 37.7
Conservative hold Swing
Whittlesey South electoral division
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Ralph Butcher 1,444 66.1 +8.3
Liberal Democrat Peter Ward 487 22.3 +7.5
Labour Aiden Hervey 211 9.7 −17.7
Rejected ballots 44 2.0 {{{change}}}
Turnout 2,183 38.5
Conservative hold Swing
Wisbech North electoral division
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Les Sims 729 41.3 −5.7
UKIP Paul Clapp 537 30.4 N/A
Labour Barry Diggle 271 15.4 −19.8
Liberal Democrat Diane Baldry 212 12.0 −5.8
Rejected ballots 12 0.7 {{{change}}}
Turnout 1,764 23.9
Conservative hold Swing
Wisbech South electoral division
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Simon King 930 46.3 −7.4
UKIP William Schooling 532 26.5 +10.1
Labour Mark Plumb 212 10.5 N/A
Liberal Democrat Verity Roscoe 191 9.5 −20.5
Libertarian Andrew Hunt 140 6.9 N/A
Rejected ballots 6 0.3 {{{change}}}
Turnout 2,010 31.1
Conservative hold Swing

Huntingdonshire (19 seats)[edit]

Brampton and Kimbolton electoral division
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Peter Downes 2,207 58.8 +10.5
Conservative Philip Norton 1,418 37.8 −5.3
Labour Marion Kadewere 83 2.2 −6.5
Rejected ballots 43 1.1 {{{change}}}
Turnout 3,756 51.5
Liberal Democrat hold Swing
Buckden, Gransden and The Offords electoral division
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Richard West 1,657 55.9 +8.3
Liberal Democrat William Clough 1,162 39.3 +10.2
Labour Sybil Tuckwood 117 3.9 −6.1
Rejected ballots 23 0.8 {{{change}}}
Turnout 2,959 47.9
Conservative hold Swing
Godmanchester and Huntingdon East electoral division
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Graham Wilson 2,232 23.9 +5.4
Conservative Jeffery Dutton 2,223 23.8 −0.2
Conservative Colin Hyams 2,197 23.4 +1.6
Liberal Democrat Michael Shellens 2,105 22.5 +6.8
Labour Ruth Pugh 327 3.5 −6.5
Labour Patrick Kadewere 272 2.9 −7.1
Rejected ballots 59 1.2 {{{change}}}
Turnout 4,920 43.1
Liberal Democrat gain from Conservative Swing
Conservative hold Swing
Huntingdon electoral division
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Peter Brown 1,922 28.6 +2.8
Conservative Elaine Kadic 1,572 23.4 +1.9
Liberal Democrat Michael Burrell 908 13.5 +0.9
Liberal Democrat John Morgan 835 12.4 +1.2
Green John Clare 606 9.0 N/A
Labour Ann Beevor 466 6.9 −5.2
Labour David King 400 5.9 −4.3
Rejected ballots 39 1.0 {{{change}}}
Turnout 3,712 33.3
Conservative hold Swing
Conservative hold Swing
Little Paxton and St Neots North electoral division
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Kenneth Churchill 2,573 29.8 +5.7
Conservative David Harty 2,451 28.4 +2.4
Liberal Democrat Robert Eaton 1,228 14.2 −3.0
Liberal Democrat Gordon Thorpe 1,052 12.2 −2.3
Green Sarah Boulton 834 9.7 N/A
Labour Graham Hitchings 280 3.2 −5.9
Labour John Watson 217 2.5 −6.4
Rejected ballots 45 0.9 {{{change}}}
Turnout 4,751 38.3
Conservative hold Swing
Conservative hold Swing
Norman Cross electoral division
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Nicholas Guyatt 2,159 29.1 +5.5
Conservative Lawrence McGuire 2,068 27.8 +1.7
UKIP Gary Shaw 1,135 15.3 N/A
Liberal Democrat Michael Black 679 9.1 −3.9
Liberal Democrat Patricia Shrapnel 612 8.2 −1.8
Labour Graeme Watkins 419 5.6 −6.3
Labour Chris Gudgin 359 4.8 −10.4
Rejected ballots 27 0.6 {{{change}}}
Turnout 4,178 33.8
Conservative hold Swing
Conservative hold Swing
Ramsey electoral division
Party Candidate Votes % ±
UKIP Peter Reeve 865 44.8 N/A
Conservative Susan Normington 682 35.4 −10.9
Liberal Democrat Anthony Hulme 308 15.9 −21.7
Labour Susan Coomey 53 2.7 −13.3
Rejected ballots 21 1.1 {{{change}}}
Turnout 1,929 30.2
UKIP gain from Conservative Swing
Sawtry and Ellington electoral division
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Vivienne McGuire 1,735 55.4 −2.7
UKIP Dilys Marvin 621 19.8 N/A
Liberal Democrat David Cutter 586 18.7 −6.2
Labour Kevin Goddard 171 5.5 −11.5
Rejected ballots 17 0.5 {{{change}}}
Turnout 3,130 42.9
Conservative hold Swing
Somersham and Earith electoral division
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Stephen Criswell 1,974 62.6 +13.4
Liberal Democrat Leona Graham-Elen 540 17.1 −20.3
UKIP Michael Horwood 475 15.1 N/A
Labour Mary Howell 139 4.4 −8.9
Rejected ballots 24 0.8 {{{change}}}
Turnout 3,153 43.2
Conservative hold Swing
St Ives electoral division
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Kevin Reynolds 2,553 28.1 +4.3
Conservative Dennis Pegram 2,307 25.4 +4.9
Liberal Democrat David Hodge 1,543 16.9 −0.1
Liberal Democrat Robin Waters 1,412 15.5 −0.2
Monster Raving Loony Lord Toby Jug 566 6.2 N/A
Labour Richard Allen 362 3.9 −4.7
Labour Angela Richards 343 3.8 −3.8
Rejected ballots 42 0.8 {{{change}}}
Turnout 4,976 34.9
Conservative hold Swing
Conservative hold Swing
St Neots Eaton Socon and Eynesbury electoral division
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Rodney Farrer 1,699 25.6 +5.7
Conservative Catherine Hodgson Hutton 1,642 24.7 +7.9
Liberal Democrat Julia Hayward 1,443 21.7 +0.9
Liberal Democrat Martin Land 1,305 19.7 +1.9
Labour Christine Ellarby 275 4.1 −9.1
Labour William O'Connor 273 4.1 −7.5
Rejected ballots 77 2.1 {{{change}}}
Turnout 3,675 31.2
Conservative hold Swing
Conservative gain from Liberal Democrat Swing
The Hemingfords and Fenstanton electoral division
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Ian Bates 1,945 65.1 +12.3
Liberal Democrat Colin Saunderson 806 26.9 −6.7
Labour Carole Hitchings 194 6.5 −6.9
Rejected ballots 37 1.2 {{{change}}}
Turnout 2,987 42.2
Conservative hold Swing
Warboys and Upwood electoral division
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Victor Lucas 1,408 49.8 −5.5
UKIP Robert Brown 803 28.4 N/A
Liberal Democrat Robert Johnson 504 17.8 −14.6
Labour Margaret Cochrane 98 3.5 −8.8
Rejected ballots 10 0.4 {{{change}}}
Turnout 2,826 39.0
Conservative hold Swing

South Cambridgeshire (16 seats)[edit]

Bar Hill electoral division
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative John Reynolds 1,866 55.4 +9.5
Liberal Democrat Brian Bromwich 540 16.0 −20.5
UKIP Helen Davies-Green 340 10.1 N/A
Green Teal Riley 320 9.5 N/A
Labour Christopher Jones 284 8.4 −9.2
Rejected ballots 17 0.5 {{{change}}}
Turnout 3,370 46.3
Conservative hold Swing
Bassingbourn electoral division
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Linda Oliver 1,363 57.3 +2.9
Green Simon Saggers 523 22.0 +3.4
Liberal Democrat Ashley Woodford 262 11.0 −15.9
Labour Gabriele Falcini 203 8.5 N/A
Rejected ballots 19 0.8 {{{change}}}
Turnout 2,377 44.5
Conservative hold Swing
Bourn electoral division
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Lister Wilson 897 48.7 +3.4
Liberal Democrat Jon Hansford 672 36.5 +3.9
Labour Mark Hurn 251 13.6 −2.7
Rejected ballots 23 1.2 {{{change}}}
Turnout 1,842 35.6
Conservative hold Swing
Cottenham, Histon and Impington electoral division
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat David Jenkins 2,419 23.7 +2.8
Liberal Democrat Susan Gymer 2,202 21.6 +6.1
Conservative Matthew Bradney 2,168 21.2 −0.1
Conservative Simon Edwards 2,074 20.3 +2.6
Green Jenny Butler 698 6.8 +0.6
Labour Val Ross 363 3.6 −5.9
Labour Niamh Sweeney 281 2.8 −6.1
Rejected ballots 32 0.6 {{{change}}}
Turnout 5,516 42.8
Liberal Democrat gain from Conservative Swing
Liberal Democrat hold Swing
Duxford electoral division
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Timothy Stone 1,735 51.2 +7.3
Conservative James Hoskins 1,195 35.3 −7.8
Independent James Quinlan 280 8.3 N/A
Labour Lucy Howson 150 4.4 −8.6
Rejected ballots 24 0.7 {{{change}}}
Turnout 3,388 49.9
Liberal Democrat hold Swing
Fulbourn electoral division
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Nick Clarke 1,064 35.4 −7.8
Independent Neil Scarr 906 30.1 N/A
Liberal Democrat John Williams 785 26.1 −15.5
Labour Josephine Teague 235 7.8 N/A
Rejected ballots 16 0.5 {{{change}}}
Turnout 3,005 40.1
Conservative hold Swing
Gamlingay electoral division
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Sebastian Kindersley 2,089 56.8 +11.7
Conservative Helen Rees 1,351 36.7 −0.2
Labour Valerie Brooker 192 5.2 −6.5
Rejected ballots 47 1.3 {{{change}}}
Turnout 3,678 47.3
Liberal Democrat hold Swing
Hardwick electoral division
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Fiona Whelan 1,881 54.1 +18.8
Conservative Bill Hensley 1,091 31.4 −9.9
Green William Connolley 323 9.3 +0.9
Labour John Shepherd 158 4.5 −10.4
Rejected ballots 22 0.6 {{{change}}}
Turnout 3,476 46.4
Liberal Democrat gain from Conservative Swing
Linton electoral division
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat John Batchelor 1,812 47.9 +4.2
Conservative Roger Hickford 1,737 45.9 +7.4
Labour Shannon Revel 195 5.2 −8.1
Rejected ballots 39 1.0 {{{change}}}
Turnout 3,782 52.9
Liberal Democrat hold Swing
Melbourn electoral division
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Susan Van de Ven 1,717 49.6 +12.2
Conservative David McCraith 1,347 38.9 −3.2
Green Sam Morris 227 6.6 +0.9
Labour Hywel Jackson 155 4.5 −10.4
Rejected ballots 16 0.5 {{{change}}}
Turnout 3,462 48.9
Liberal Democrat gain from Conservative Swing
Papworth and Swavesey electoral division
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Mandy Smith 1,601 63.4 +10.9
Liberal Democrat Peter Fane 684 27.1 −20.4
Labour Mumtaz Khan 213 8.4 N/A
Rejected ballots 28 1.1 {{{change}}}
Turnout 2,526 43.6
Conservative hold Swing
Sawston electoral division
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Tony Orgee 2,584 27.3 +7.4
Conservative Gail Kenney 2,501 26.4 +6.3
Liberal Democrat Michael Kilpatrick 1,782 18.8 +0.9
Green Linda Whitebread 1,464 15.5 +10.1
Labour Mike Nettleton 672 7.1 −2.6
Labour Marie Baker 459 4.9 −4.5
Rejected ballots 27 0.5 {{{change}}}
Turnout 5,355 41.79
Conservative hold Swing
Conservative hold Swing
Waterbeach electoral division
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Michael Williamson 1,618 51.9 −9.2
Conservative Peter Johnson 1,325 42.5 +3.7
Labour Godson Lawal 152 4.9 N/A
Rejected ballots 35 1.1 {{{change}}}
Turnout 3,114 44.7
Liberal Democrat hold Swing
Willingham electoral division
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Shona Johnstone 1,485 56.5 +9.9
Liberal Democrat Rob Falla 888 33.8 −8.5
Labour Charlie Wilson 185 7.0 N/A
Rejected ballots 52 1.9 {{{change}}}
Turnout 2,627 37.1
Conservative hold Swing

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The Representation of the People (Form of Canvass) (England and Wales) Regulations 2006, Schedule Part 1". Legislation.gov.uk. 13 October 2011. Retrieved 18 April 2012. 
  2. ^ "I have two homes. Can I register at both addresses?". The Electoral Commission. Retrieved 5 January 2011. 
  3. ^ "Candidates and Votes". Cambridgeshire County Council. Retrieved 2011-04-17.