Ward Results

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

Ian Stephens wins for (Undeclared).

CandidateVotes
Ian Stephens274
Conard Gauntlett210
Jim Moody174
Alex Pointing135
Janet Beckett130

Ryde West Candidates

Janet Beckett

Liberal Democrat

I have lived on the island for five years, I am married, the mother of two teenage children and I run my own small design business. I grew up in Scotland and lived most of my adult life in London, whe...

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Conard Gauntlett

Conservative Party

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Jim Moody

Labour Party

Born in a largely Labour-voting small town in south Wiltshire, I have been interested and involved in socialist politics from my youth. The proportion of the population that owns the vast majority of ...

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Alex Pointing

Green Party

As a young adult and student, I hope to bring a new perspective and change to local politics. Growing up in the rural village of Gurnard and seeing the positive impacts nature has on a community, help...

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Ian Stephens

(Undeclared)

I am as passionate about being your councillor now as when you first elected me. I have always acted respectfully and have been proud to represent the district over the preceding years. I have held ma...

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