County Council election: How Hucknall voted last time around
On the eve of tomorrow’s Nottinghamshire County Council elections, we take a look back at how people in the Dispatch area voted last time.
Overall across the county the Conservatives emerged as the largest party on Notts County Council after the last elections in 2017, taking 31 seats to Labour’s 23 with the Ashfield Independents in third with five.
It was much more clear cut in the Dispatch area as the Conservatives won all four seats available.
But will that be the case again this time?
Here is how you voted in Hucknall and Newstead in 2017.
Ben Bradley (Conservatives) 1,539
Alice Grice (Labour) 1,141
John Willmott (Hucknall First Community Forum) 282
Ray Young (UKIP) 161
James Harvey (Liberal Democrats) 89.
Conservative majority: 398
Phil Rostance (Conservatives), 1,136
John Wilkinson (Labour) 1,062
Jack Holland (UKIP) 313
Trevor Locke (Hucknall First Community Forum) 196
Alex Sjoberg-Weekes (Liberal Democrats) 97.
Conservative majority: 64
Kevin Rostance (Conservatives) 1,535
Joe Wakinson (Labour) 988
Stuart Bestwick (UKIP) 239
Geoff Ware (Hucknall First Community Forum) 160
Robert Charlesworth (Liberal Democrats) 54
Conservative majority: 547
Chris Barnfather (Conservatives) 2,326
Michael Smith (Labour) 648
Rhea Waters (UKIP) 179
David Watts (Liberal Democrats) 123
Rebecca Connick (Green) 115
Con majority: 1,678