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Oxford City Council elections

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Oxford City Council in Oxford, England is elected every two years, with half of the 48 seats in the City Council up for election on each occasion Elections are held in even-numbered years Until 2002 the council was elected by thirds

As vacancies arise between elections, by-elections are held to elect a replacement councillor

Contents

  • 1 Council elections
  • 2 Political control
  • 3 By-election results
  • 4 See also
  • 5 References
  • 6 External links

Council electionsedit

  • Oxford City Council election, 1973
  • Oxford City Council election, 1976
  • Oxford City Council election, 1979 New ward boundaries1
  • Oxford City Council election, 1980
  • Oxford City Council election, 1982
  • Oxford City Council election, 1983
  • Oxford City Council election, 1984
  • Oxford City Council election, 1986
  • Oxford City Council election, 1987
  • Oxford City Council election, 1988
  • Oxford City Council election, 1990
  • Oxford City Council election, 1991 Some new ward boundaries & city boundary changes also took place2
  • Oxford City Council election, 1992
  • Oxford City Council election, 1994
  • Oxford City Council election, 1995
  • Oxford City Council election, 1996
  • Oxford City Council election, 1998
  • Oxford City Council election, 1999
  • Oxford City Council election, 2000
  • Oxford City Council election, 2002 New ward boundaries3
  • Oxford City Council election, 2004
  • Oxford City Council election, 2006
  • Oxford City Council election, 2008
  • Oxford City Council election, 2010
  • Oxford City Council election, 2012
  • Oxford City Council election, 2014
  • Oxford City Council election, 2016

Political controledit

Political group leaders and senior politicians for the Oxford City Council outgoing council at the election in 2010 From left to right: Jonathan Gittos candidate for the Conservatives, Councillor Stephen Brown leader of the political group of Liberal Democrats, Councillor John Tanner senior member of the Labour group, Councillor Craig Simmons leader of the Green group

Since the foundation of the council, political control of the council has been held by the following parties:4

Majority control of Oxford City Council
Years Party
2010–present Labour
2004–2010 No overall control
2002–2004 Labour
2000–2002 No overall control
1980–2000 Labour
1976–1980 Conservative
1973–1976 Labour

By-election resultsedit

Quarry & Risinghurst By-Election 18 September 20145
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Chewe Munkonge 782 423 -13
Liberal Democrat Roz Smith 615 332 +78
Conservative Katharine Harborne 222 120 -72
Green Liz Taylor 186 100 -17
English Democrat Julia Gasper 43 23 +23
Majority 167 91
Turnout 1848 38
Labour hold Swing
Carfax By-Election 4 September 20146
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Alex Hollingsworth 168 442 +119
Liberal Democrat Tony Brett 101 266 +33
Green Richard Scrase 63 166 -98
Conservative Maryam Ahmed 24 63 -116
UKIP Kenrick Bird 24 63 +63
Majority 67 176
Turnout 380 86
Labour hold Swing
Cowley By-Election 17 July 20146
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour David Henwood 512 394 -119
Green Hazel Dawe 269 207 -21
Independent Artwell 257 198 +198
Conservative Katharine Harborne 152 117 -45
UKIP Ian Macdonald 72 55 +55
Liberal Democrat Prakash Sharma 39 30 -132
Majority 243 187
Turnout 1301 28
Labour hold Swing
North By-Election 19 September 20137
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Louise Upton 367 347 +180
Liberal Democrat Tim Bearder 330 312 -134
Green Sushila Dhall 262 247 +106
Conservative John Walsh 100 94 -151
Majority 37 35
Turnout 1059 23
Labour gain from Liberal Democrat Swing
Headington Hill and Northway By-Election 26 March 20098
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Roy Darke 548 383 +20
Conservative Marc Borja 443 310 -26
Liberal Democrat Ruth Beer 378 264 +24
Green Katherine Wedell 62 43 -18
Majority 105 73
Turnout 1431 329 +17
Labour hold Swing
Holywell By-Election 12 June 20089
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Mark Mills 188 404 -50
Conservative Paul Sargent 112 241 +16
Labour Sarah Hutchinson 93 200 +64
Green Chip Sherwood 72 155 -30
Majority 76 163
Turnout 465 117 −152
Liberal Democrat hold Swing
Lye Valley By-Election 21 September 200610
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Bob Timbs 784 528 +84
Liberal Democrat Nathan Pyle 487 328 -102
Conservative Judith Harley 150 101 +101
Green Larry Sanders 64 43 -84
Majority 297 200
Turnout 1,485 310
Labour hold Swing
Hinksey Park By-Election 27 July 200610
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Oscar Van Nooijen 676 456 -32
Green Lilian Sherwood 436 294 -06
Liberal Democrat Nathan Pyle 217 146 +57
Conservative Caroline Ten Holter 155 104 -18
Majority 240 162
Turnout 1,484 335
Labour hold Swing
Jericho & Osney By-Election 8 December 200510
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Colin Cook 713 440 +107
Liberal Democrat John Ballance 437 270 -121
Green Athene Reiss 355 219 +66
Conservative Patricia Jones 115 71 -52
Majority 276 170
Turnout 1,620 331
Labour gain from Liberal Democrat Swing
Northfield Brook By-Election 21 July 200510
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Carole Roberts 592 547 +82
Independent Working Class Delvise Saunders 300 277 -128
Liberal Democrat Rosemary Morlin 141 130 +50
Conservative Patricia Jones 31 29 -29
Green Susan Tibbles 19 17 -33
Majority 451 270
Turnout 1,083 261
Labour hold Swing
Blackbird Leys By-Election 5 May 200510
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Rae Humberstone 969 500
Independent Working Class Kelly Webster 566 292
Conservative Stuart Hand 176 91
Liberal Democrat Nathan Pyle 172 89
Green Susan Tibbles 54 28
Majority 403 208
Turnout 1,937 486
Labour hold Swing
Carfax By-Election 21 October 200410
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Green Sushila Dhall 203 333 -36
Liberal Democrat Pamela Bones 175 287 -25
Labour Bill Turner 161 264 +79
Conservative Michael Davis 71 116 -18
Majority 28 46
Turnout 610 149
Green hold Swing
Blackbird Leys By-Election 11 October 200110
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Molly Florey 634 694 +80
Liberal Democrat Bernard Gowers 138 151 +51
Conservative David Brown 103 113 -72
Green Patricia Dickson 38 42 -58
Majority 496 543
Turnout 913 113
Labour hold Swing
Central By-Election 7 June 200110
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Antony Brett 1,165 334
Green Paul Williams 995 285
Conservative Richard Sage 692 198
Labour Joel Brookfield 635 182
Majority 170 49
Turnout 3,487
Liberal Democrat gain from Green Swing
Old Marston and Risinghurst By-Election 9 September 1999
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat 719 437 -71
Labour 506 307 +28
Conservative 352 214 +38
Green 69 42 +05
Majority 213 130
Turnout 1,646 330
Liberal Democrat hold Swing
West By-Election 4 September 1997
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour 512 327 -128
Liberal Democrat 511 326 +143
Green 405 258 +37
Conservative 139 89 -52
Majority 1 01
Turnout 1,567 268
Labour hold Swing
Quarry By-Election 4 September 1997
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat 780 502 +217
Labour 462 297 -84
Conservative 259 167 -100
Green 54 35 -32
Majority 318 205
Turnout 1,555 255
Liberal Democrat gain from Labour Swing
Old Marston and Risinghurst By-Election 4 September 1997
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat 478 419 +305
Labour 385 337 -246
Conservative 222 195 -48
Green 56 50 -11
Majority 93 82
Turnout 1,141 230
Liberal Democrat gain from Labour Swing

See alsoedit

  • Elections in the United Kingdom

Referencesedit

  1. ^ The City of Oxford Electoral Arrangements Order 1977
  2. ^ legislationgovuk - The Oxfordshire District Boundaries Order 1991 Retrieved on 6 November 2015
  3. ^ legislationgovuk - The City of Oxford Electoral Changes Order 2001 Retrieved on 4 October 2015
  4. ^ "Oxford" BBC News Online 19 April 2008 Retrieved 2009-09-15 
  5. ^ "Elections results" Oxford City Council 2014-09-19 Retrieved 2014-09-19 
  6. ^ a b "Elections results" Oxford City Council 2014-09-09 Retrieved 2014-09-09 
  7. ^ "Labour win in Oxford City Council by-election" Oxford Mail 2013-09-19 Retrieved 2013-09-21 
  8. ^ "Labour holds Headington Hill and Northway seat" Oxford Mail 2009-03-27 Retrieved 2009-09-15 
  9. ^ "Low turnout for by-election" Oxford Mail 2008-06-13 Retrieved 2009-09-15 
  10. ^ a b c d e f g h "Election results" Oxford City Council Archived from the original on June 7, 2009 Retrieved 2009-09-15 

External linksedit

  • Oxford City Council

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