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Richmond upon Thames Council election, 2006

Elections to the Richmond upon Thames Council were held on 4 May 2006. The whole council was up for election for the first time since the 2002 election. The Liberal Democrats regained control of the council which had been Conservative run from 2002.

Election result

Richmond upon Thames Council election 2006 results
Party Seats Gains Losses Net gain/loss Seats % Votes % Votes +/−
  Liberal Democrat 35
  Conservative 18
  Independent 1

Ward results

The electorate of each ward elects three councillors.

Barnes

Barnes
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Christine Percival 1,891 18.0% +.8%
Conservative Paul Hodgins 1,847 17.6% N/A
Conservative Benedict Stanberry 1,749 16.6% N/A
Liberal Democrat Barbara Westmoreland 1,569 14.9% +1.4%
Liberal Democrat Paul Dare 1,531 14.6% N/A
Liberal Democrat Marlene Emerson 1,513 14.4% N/A
Labour Ann Neimer 147 1.4%
Labour Frank Cooper 146 1.4%
Labour Ragna Garlake 123 1.2%
Turnout 3,578
(10,516)
53.85% +12.8%

East Sheen

Fulwell and Hampton Hill

Ham, Petersham, and Richmond Riverside

Hampton

Hampton North

Hampton Wick

Heathfield

Kew

Mortlake and Barnes Common

North Richmond

South Richmond

South Twickenham

St Margaret's and North Twickenham

Teddington

Twickenham Riverside

West Twickenham

See also

Richmond upon Thames local elections

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