Ward Results

Ward Electorate | Total Ballots | Total Valid Votes | Total Rejected
24848738703

Candidate Breakdown

Chris Whitehouse wins for Conservative Party.

CandidateVotes
Chris Whitehouse350
Jaimie Bundell180
Peter Whiteman166
Wendy Cook90
Laraine Pascoe53
Wendy Moth31

Newport West Candidates

Jaimie Bundell

Green Party

Jaimie is a 29 year old mother and has lived on the island her whole life. After leaving her nurse training and her job as an HCA to have her son she was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, forcing her...

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Wendy Cook

Independent

I have lived on the Island for most of my adult life, leaving only to further my education and establish my legal practice after being called to the Bar in 1997. I returned full time in 2007 when I se...

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Wendy Moth

Liberal Democrat

Heavily pregnant I moved to the Island in 1980, when my husband Ian joined Plessey Radar (now BAE Systems). Having been a Liberal supporter since a mock election at my school I was delighted to find m...

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Laraine Pascoe

Labour Party

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Chris Whitehouse

Conservative Party

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Peter Whiteman

Independent

I was born in Shanklin and I have two children and four grandchildren.I am retired from the construction industry and I live in Newport with my wife Julie and our dog Millie. I am a founder member of ...

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