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 STOKE-ON-TRENT, NEWCASTLE-UNDER-LYME, STAFFORDSHIRE MOORLANDS, SOUTH CHESHIRE

Three new Labour councillors in Biddulph elections


councillors David Proudlove, Nigel Yates and Charlotte Smith


Snow and ice may have made for a low turnout but Labour are celebrating today after having two candidates elected as councillors for Staffordshire Moorlands District council and a new Labour county councillor in the Biddulph by-election.


Formerly a district and town councillor for Biddulph Councillor Nigel Yates stormed ahead in the race for Biddulph North Ward of Staffordshire County Council receiving 931 votes. The turn out for this election was low at 19.2%

Name of Candidate

Description (if any)

Number of votes




ANDREW HART

INDEPENDANT

493 VOTES

RATHI PRAGASAM

CONSERVATIVE

458 VOTES

NIGEL YATES

LABOUR

931 VOTES



As Staffordshire moorlands district council was looking for two councillors for the biddulph west ward the Labour party’s two candidates were both elected. Formerly just a town councillor, Councillor Charlotte smith lead the race with 364 votes. Following her David Proudlove from the Labour Party was also elected with 288 votes. Again a low turn out with a turn out of 17.9%



NEIL EARDLEY

INDEPENDANT

226 VOTES

ALISTAIR MCLOUGLIN

INDEPENDANT

154 VOTES

RATHI PRAGASAM

CONSERVATIVES

185 VOTES

DAVID PROUDLOVE

LABOUR

288 VOTES

CHARLOTTE SMITH

LABOUR

364 VOTES

DEREK STUBBS

CONSERVATIVE

WITHDRAWN

IAN WAITE

GREEN PARTY

61 VOTES


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