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Salisbury (St Martins and Cathedral)

Number of seats: 3

Candidates

Candidates for Salisbury (St Martins and Cathedral) – Results finalised at 17:26 on Friday 5 May 2017
CandidateDescriptionVotes
Broom, JoThe Conservative Party Candidate794Elected
Condliffe, Gregor StuartLiberal Democrat376
Davis, Andrew MalcolmLiberal Democrat241
Fallon, Teresa Jane MaryGreen Party284
Hocking, SvenThe Conservative Party Candidate862Elected
Mason, Laura KateThe Conservative Party Candidate730
Podger, Patricia AnnLabour Party617
Steel, Robert WilliamLiberal Democrat225
Tomes, Ian RobertLabour Party833Elected
Treslove, TimLabour Party480
The number of ballot papers rejected was as followsNumber of
ballot papers
Awant of an official mark0
Bvoting for more Candidates than voter was entitled to0
Cwriting or mark by which voter could be identified0
Dbeing unmarked or wholly void for uncertainty0
Ereject in part0
Total spoiled papers:0
Vacant Seats: 3Electorate: 4,181Ballot Papers Issued: 1,983Turnout: 47.43 %

Joint Council

Salisbury (St Martins and Cathedral) is a joint council with

  • Salisbury (Bemerton)
  • Salisbury (Fisherton and Bemerton Village)
  • Salisbury (Harnham)
  • Salisbury (St Edmund and Milford)
  • Salisbury (St Francis and Stratford)
  • Salisbury (St Marks and Bishopdown)
  • Salisbury (St Martins and Cathedral)
  • Salisbury (St Pauls)

Electoral Area Boundary

Note:Boundary is an approximation.
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History

Earlier
Thursday 2 May 2013
Full council election
Thursday 9 January 2014
Resignation of Philip Allnatt (co-opted to Parish Council after May 2013 elections)
Later
Thursday 6 May 2021 as Salisbury (Milford)
End of four-year cycle, full council elections.

Last updated: Tuesday, 28 June, 2022

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