Sefton Metropolitan Borough Council election, 2004

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Elections to Sefton Metropolitan Borough Council were held on 10 June 2004. The whole council was up for election with boundary changes since the last election in 2003.[1] Overall turnout was 43.9%.

Election result[edit]

Sefton Local Election Result 2004
Party Seats Gains Losses Net gain/loss Seats % Votes % Votes +/−
  Liberal Democrat 27 +5 40.9 34.3 31,365 +2.3%
  Labour 20 -3 30.3 28.4 26,003 -2.0%
  Conservative 19 +1 28.8 28.2 25,807 +1.5%
  Southport Party 0 -3 0 7.2 6,568 -1.9%
  Socialist 0 0 0 0.8 706 -0.5%
  UKIP 0 0 0 0.6 507 +0.6%
  BNP 0 0 0 0.5 417 +0.1%
  Communist 0 0 0 0.1 120 +0.1%

Ward results[edit]

Ainsdale (3)
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Brenda Porter 3,187
Conservative Peter Brough 2,814
Conservative Michael Ridge 2,403
Liberal Democrat Pauline Collier 1,432
Liberal Democrat Bernard Blaney 1,041
Liberal Democrat Clive Dally 835
Southport Party Terry Durrance 810
Labour Frank Warner 556
UKIP John Leech 507
Turnout 13,585 53.7
Birkdale (3)
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Richard Hands 2,080
Liberal Democrat Simon Shaw 1,995
Liberal Democrat Iain Browne 1,966
Conservative Janet Rowell 1,014
Conservative Richard Beechey 1,009
Southport Party Brian Birch 917
Southport Party John Law 863
Conservative Michael Swift 814
Labour Frank Robinson 495
Turnout 11,153 45.3
Blundellsands (3)
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Paula Parry 2,230
Conservative Wendy Jones 2,204
Conservative Robert Roberts 2,087
Labour Harry Wallace 1,160
Labour Eileen McCauley 1,159
Labour Harry Pepp 1,110
Liberal Democrat Andrew Tonkiss 770
Liberal Democrat Stephen Squire 732
Liberal Democrat William Brereton 688
Turnout 12,140 50.1
Cambridge (3)
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Thomas Glover 2,114
Conservative Thomas Mann 2,036
Conservative Robert Price 1,855
Liberal Democrat Susan McGuire 1,579
Liberal Democrat Carol Brookfield 1,502
Liberal Democrat Mark Roberts 1,300
Southport Party David Cobham 1,116
Southport Party James Naylor 1,021
Labour Ian Bryden 396
Labour John Seale 388
Turnout 13,307 53.5
Church (3)
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Pauline Kehoe 1,785
Liberal Democrat Cynthia Johnson 1,571
Liberal Democrat James Murray 1,553
Labour Bob Waring 1,383
Labour Carol Gustafson 1,371
Labour Stan Morris 1,345
Conservative Patrick Hignett 347
Conservative Andrew Bird 345
Conservative Margaret McCallum 304
Turnout 10,004 42.7
Derby (3)
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour John Rice 1,993
Labour Paul Larkin 1,811
Labour James McGinnity 1,736
Liberal Democrat Hilary Cross 498
Liberal Democrat Dennis Cross 458
Liberal Democrat Noel Cross 438
Conservative Kenneth Parry 345
Turnout 7,279 33.4
Duke's (3)
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative David Pearson 2,056
Conservative Leslie Byrom 2,003
Conservative Ronald Watson 1,974
Liberal Democrat William Hibbard 1,003
Liberal Democrat Robert Hamilton 978
Liberal Democrat Mary Shavaksha 935
Southport Party John Shawcroft 886
Southport Party Denise Smart 835
Labour Catherine Cookson 463
Labour Philip Walsh 421
Labour Thomas Leek 398
Turnout 11,952 46.5
Ford (3)
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Owen Brady 2,168
Labour Kevin Cluskey 2,065
Labour Ian Moncur 1,891
Liberal Democrat Garry Fielding 767
Liberal Democrat Margaret Davies 524
Liberal Democrat Nicola Smith 486
Conservative Jessamine Hounslea 367
Turnout 8,268 36.6
Harington (3)
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Alfred Doran 2,800
Conservative Sydney Whitby 2,661
Conservative Eric Storey 2,656
Liberal Democrat Druscilla Haydon 1,199
Liberal Democrat Colin Trollope 1,147
Labour Thomas Bailey 1,033
Labour Maurice Newton 989
Liberal Democrat Winifred Maher 813
Labour Linda Cluskey 773
Turnout 14,071 52.9
Kew (3)
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Maureen Fearn 1,774
Liberal Democrat Terence Francis 1,684
Liberal Democrat Frederick Weavers 1,340
Southport Party Russell Watson 948
Southport Party Anthony Holland 918
Southport Party John Lee 859
Conservative Marilyn Hunton 612
Conservative David Woodfine 603
Conservative John Lyon-Taylor 584
Labour Graham Brannan 379
Labour Eunice Slatcher 291
Turnout 9,992 42.3
Linacre (3)
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Doreen Kerrigan 1,646
Labour John Fairclough 1,532
Labour Gordon Friel 1,312
Liberal Democrat Richard Williams 561
Liberal Democrat Matthew Wright 416
Liberal Democrat Francisca Daver 400
Communist John Byrne 120
Turnout 5,987 28.1
Litherland (3)
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Patricia Hardy 1,609
Labour Paul Tweed 1,602
Labour Darren Hardy 1,601
Liberal Democrat Mary Roberts 614
Liberal Democrat Paul Crossey 565
Liberal Democrat Caroline Croft 450
Conservative Douglas Ward 433
Turnout 6,874 32.1
Manor (3)
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Neil Douglas 1,759
Conservative Martyn Barber 1,728
Labour John Walker 1,582
Labour Darren Veidman 1,550
Conservative Peter Papworth 1,540
Conservative Anthony West 1,533
Liberal Democrat David Nolan 1,038
Liberal Democrat Linda Gilroy 876
Liberal Democrat Peter Hough 814
Turnout 12,420 46.3
Meols (3)
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat John Dodd 2,389
Liberal Democrat David Tattersall 2,218
Liberal Democrat David Rimmer 1,924
Conservative Jamie Halsall 1,785
Conservative Colin Hughes 1,419
Conservative Anthony White 1,381
Southport Party Margaret Brown 1,013
Southport Party Jack Diamond 819
Labour Mary Stoker 310
Labour Muriel Langley 284
Turnout 13,542 51.3
Molyneux (3)
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Geoffrey Howe 2,100
Liberal Democrat Anthony Robertson 1,996
Liberal Democrat John Colbert 1,895
Labour Constance McCarthy 980
Labour Susan Hanley 978
Labour Christopher Holmes 956
Conservative Alan Brown 864
Conservative Thomas Lewis 850
Conservative Philip Keane 840
Turnout 11,459 43.0
Netherton and Orrell (3)
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Robert Brennan 1,853
Labour David Martin 1,757
Labour Ian Maher 1,743
Socialist Peter Glover 706
Socialist Marie Savin 537
Conservative Hilary Bowden 497
Socialist Michael Brierley 485
Turnout 7,578 37.3
Norwood (3)
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Ronald Fearn 2,410
Liberal Democrat Brian Rimmer 2,017
Liberal Democrat David Sumner 1,915
Southport Party James Ford 878
Southport Party George Halsall 866
Conservative Pamela Gore 580
Conservative Jean Smart 566
Conservative David Haslehurst 518
BNP Michael McDermott 417
Labour Michael Nolan 390
Labour Stephen Jowett 339
Turnout 10,896 43.2
Park (3)
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Robbie Fenton 2,670
Liberal Democrat James Byrne 2,632
Liberal Democrat Andrew Blackburn 2,551
Labour Sandra Williams 1,024
Conservative Christine Barber 827
Conservative Nigel Barber 819
Turnout 10,523 45.5
Ravenmeols (3)
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Barry Griffiths 2,315
Conservative Anne Ibbs 2,160
Conservative Vincent Platt 2,120
Labour Margaret Leyland 1,452
Labour Paul Flodman 1,355
Labour Andrew Smith 1,048
Liberal Democrat David Walker 835
Liberal Democrat Ian Milne 833
Liberal Democrat Anne Harrison 614
Turnout 12,732 48.6
St Oswald (3)
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour James Mahon 2,164
Labour Mark Dowd 1,944
Labour Peter Dowd 1,896
Liberal Democrat Johanna Blackburn 582
Liberal Democrat Kathleen Jones 543
Liberal Democrat Robert Jones 515
Turnout 7,644 34.4
Sudell (3)
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Clifford Mainey 2,749
Liberal Democrat Sylvia Mainey 2,619
Liberal Democrat Roy Connell 2,037
Labour Stephen Kermode 1,292
Conservative Paul Barber 919
Conservative Jeannette Greaves-Smith 908
Conservative Bradley Hankin 892
Turnout 11,416 46.4
Victoria (3)
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Michael Hill 2,530
Liberal Democrat Edward Firth 2,334
Liberal Democrat Sara Murray 2,205
Labour Giles Blundell 1,498
Labour Christopher Larkin 1,209
Labour James Reardon 1,178
Conservative Joseph Owens 787
Conservative Yvonne Bennett de Rothschild 765
Conservative Theresa Rossiter 730
Turnout 13,236 48.2

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Sefton council". BBC News Online. Retrieved 2009-12-17.