Ward Results

Ward Electorate | Total Ballots | Total Valid Votes | Total Rejected
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Candidate Breakdown

John Medland wins for (Undeclared).

CandidateVotes
John Medland520
Gareth Wyre291
Nick Stuart93
Matthew Wolfe73
Terry Brennan59

Freshwater South Candidates

Terry Brennan

UKIP

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John Medland

(Undeclared)

John Medland joined the Isle of Wight Liberal Party at the age of 13 at the time of the victory of February 1974. He was active in the party until 1979 when he left the Island. For most of the next 20...

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Nick Stuart

Liberal Democrat

In late 2016 I joined the Liberal Democrats as with my background and knowledge I want to put something back into my community. My career background was as a Civil Servant, as Head of Science and Inno...

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Matthew Wolfe

Labour Party

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Gareth Wyre

Conservative Party

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Ward Map

Map of Freshwater South

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