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City election 2004: Headington/Marston

In each case the position contested was that of the councillor who won fewer votes in the 2002 election (when the wards were newly set up and two councillors were elected for eachs)

BARTON & SANDHILLS

Former seat of Michael McAndrews, Labour, who did not stand for re-election.
LibDem gain from Labour, with majority of 83

Malcolm Patrick MURRAY

Liberal Democrat

497

Peter John BRENNAN

Labour

414

Prudence Mary Prior DAILEY

Conservative

285

Raymond Leslie HITCHINS

Green

149

Electorate: 4369; Ballot papers: 1357; % poll: 31.06

CHURCHILL

Former seat of Peter Ronald Johnson, Labour.
IWCA gain from Labour, with majority of 10

Claire KENT

Independent Working Class Association

386

Peter Ronald JOHNSON

Labour

376

John Martin Baldwin YOUNG

Conservative

256

Sybil Claire Sheringham DIBDIN

Liberal Democrat

202

Matthew LEDBURY

Green

94

Electorate: 4558; Ballot papers: 1318; % poll: 28.92

HEADINGTON

Seat of Stephen Joseph Tall.
LibDem hold, with majority of 718

Stephen Joseph TALL

Liberal Democrat

1,061

Tarrant Duncan ANDERSON

Conservative

343

Georgina Elizabeth TOYNBEE

Labour

193

Judith Catherine CHIPCHASE

Green

150

Electorate: 3964; Ballot papers: 1753; % poll: 44.22

HEADINGTON HILL & NORTHWAY

Former seat of Manawar Jan-Khan, Labour, who did not stand for re-election.
Labour hold, with majority of 17

Tony GRAY

Labour

451

Michael Howard Lynden Andrew DAVIS

Conservative

434

Mohammed ALTAF-KHAN

Liberal Democrat

287

Katherine May WEDELL

Green

160

Electorate: 3954; Ballot papers: 1337; % poll: 33.81

MARSTON

Former seat of Roy Anthony Darke, Labour.
LibDem gain from Labour, with majority of 56

Caroline Elizabeth VAN ZYL

Liberal Democrat

749

Roy Anthony DARKE

Labour

693

Duncan Valentine HATFIELD

Conservative

426

Jeremy Paul POSTER

Green

157

Electorate: 4385; Ballot papers: 2030; % poll: 46.29

QUARRY & RISINGHURST

Former seat of Philip Allison, LibDem, who did not stand for re-election.
LibDem hold, with majority of 381

Tia Khadija MacGREGOR

Liberal Democrat

953

Oscar Richard VAN NOOIJEN

Labour

572

Elizabeth MILLS

Conservative

356

Matthew Cain ORMANDROYD

Green

155

Electorate: 4466; Ballot papers: 2053; % poll: 45.97

© Stephanie Jenkins

 

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