Ward Results

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

Chris Quirk wins for Conservative Party.

CandidateVotes
Chris Quirk481
Richard Priest426
Andrew Green106
Lorraine Briar70
Doreen Armstrong54
Sonja Ward53
Nick Belfitt42

Shanklin South Candidates

Doreen Armstrong

Labour Party

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Nick Belfitt

Liberal Democrat

Hello, my name is Nicholas Belfitt and I am your Shanklin South & Luccombe candidate for the Liberal Democrats. I grew up in Shanklin moving here when I was 8 years old. The Island and Shankli...

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Lorraine Briar

Green Party

Lorraine is a divorced, single mother of two, she arrived on the island six years ago to help her daughter set up a small local business which she now runs single handed. Happily, the business has bec...

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Andrew Green

Independent

Dear fellow resident, Like me, are you totally frustrated with the Isle of Wight Council’s performance and leadership? So this council election, I have decided to stand as an independent cand...

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Richard Priest

(Undeclared)

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Chris Quirk

Conservative Party

Hello, my name is Chris Quirk, and I am standing as the Conservative Party candidate in Shanklin South and Luccombe. For those of you who don’t know me, I live locally (on Victoria Avenue) an...

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Sonja Ward

UKIP

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Map of Shanklin South

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