Posted by: maryportagainstracism | June 6, 2009

BNP county council results in Cumbria

All the results are in, and the BNP haven’t won anything!

In a difficult political climate, with politicians from all the major parties caught fiddling their expenses, the popularity of the Labour government at an all time low and considerable media coverage (read: hysteria) about the BNP anti-fascists in Cumbria had a difficult job to do and it looks like we did it. The European election results won’t be out until tomorrow and it’s not clear whether the BNP have won a seat or not, though it looks likely.

Anyway, here are the results:

Allerdale – 1584 votes in total. An average of 226 votes and 15.4% in wards contested.

Harrington Clifton & Stainburn
Allan Caine, (Lib Dem) 454
Robert Hardon (Con) 612
Marjorie Rae (Lab) 748
Vincent Richardson (BNP) 251 12.2%
Turnout: 2065 Majority: 136

Maryport East
Keith Little (Lab) 904
John Stanyer (Con) 266
Tina Wingfield (BNP) 328 21.9%
Turnout: 1498 Majority: 576

Maryport West
Bill Cameron (Lab) 628
Carl Edgar (BNP) 259 17.2%
John Peel (Ind) 282
John Rivers (Lib Dem) 334
Turnout: 1,503 Majority: 294

Moorclose
Glen Brew (BNP) 131 9.8%
Gerald Humes (Lab) 591
Denis Robertson (Ind) 462
Eddie Woodthorpe (Con) 148
Turnout: 1,332 Majority: 129

Moss Bay
John Bracken (Ind) 277
Barbara Cannon (Lab) 411
Ian Francis (Lib Dem) 104
Judy Prest (Con) 77
Martin Wingfield (BNP) 130 13%

St John’s
Michael Davidson (Con) 563
Joe Holliday (Lab) 759
Stephen Stoddart (BNP) 237 15.2%
Turnout: 1,559 Majority: 196

Wigton
Joe Cowell (Con) 918
John Crouch (Lab) 651
Paul Stafford (BNP) 248 18.8%
Turnout: 1,817 Majority: 267

Barrow – 251 votes in total. An average of 126 votes and 8.3% in wards contested.

Hawcoat
Mike Ashburner (BNP)106 5.5%
Rebecca Melling (Lab)197
David Roberts (Con) 899
Michael Stephenson (Ind) 724
Turnout: 1,926 Majority: 175

Risedale
Wayne Butler (Ind) 230
Bernie Devlin (BNP) 146 11.1%
Kevin Hamilton (Lab) 533
William McEwan (Peo) 176
Jack Richardson (Con) 233
Turnout: 1,318 Majority: 300

Carlisle 2903 votes in total. An average of 170 votes and 9.2% in wards contested.

Belah
Paul Im Thurn (Lab) 497
Wayne Newton (BNP) 188 9.6%
Alan Toole (Con) 1,279
Turnout: 1,964 Majority: 782

Belle Vue
George Bain (Ind) 243
Stephen Bingham (BNP) 159 9.8%
Kevin Reynolds (Con) 575
Ian Stockdale (Lab) 635
Turnout: 1,612 Majority: 60

Botcherby
Robert Betton (Ind) 507
Karl Chappell (BNP) 116 7.5%
Colin Farmer (Lib Dem) 85
Anne Glendinning (Lab) 428
Charmain McCutcheon (Green) 38
Paul Nedved (Con) 366
Turnout: 1,540 Majority: 79

Brampton and Gilsland
Michael Elliott (BNP) 146 6.9%
Lawrence Fisher (Con) 1007
Joseph Hendry (Lab) 587
Olwyn Luckley (Lib Dem) 367
Turnout: 2,107 Majority: 420

Castle
Steven Bowditch (Lab) 297
Barbara Eden (Con) 241
Thomas Hellberg (Green) 144
James Tootle (Lib Dem) 424
Benjamin Whittingham (BNP) 129 10.4%
Turnout: 1,235 Majority: 127

Currock
Alistair Barbour (BNP) 245 17.5%
Heather Bradley (Lab) 764
Gareth Ellis (Con) 393
Turnout: 1,402 Majority: 371

Dalston and Cummersdale
Trevor Allison (Lib Dem) 1,316
John Collier (Con) 1,243
Glen Gardner (BNP) 147 5%
Sandra Warwick (Lab) 254
Turnout: 2,960 Majority: 73

Denton Holme
Shaidat Danmole-Ellis (Con) 352
Gillian Forrester (BNP) 102 6.7%
Stephen Graham (Green) 131
John Harrison (Lib Dem) 189
Hugh McDevitt (Lab) 745
Turnout: 1,519 Majority: 393

Harraby
Anthony Carvell (BNP) 204 12.3%
Deborah Clode (Lib Dem) 212
Allan Stevenson (Con) 536
Cyril Weber (Lab) 703
Turnout: 1,655 Majority: 167

Longtown and Bewcastle
Christopher Davidson (BNP) 297 14.9%
Robert Dodds (Lab) 455
Amanda Long (Con) 1,238
Turnout: 1,990 Majority: 783

Morton
John Bell (Lab) 744
Terri Cartner (Con) 292
Hannah Farmer (Lib Dem) 689
David Fraser (BNP) 245 12.4%
Turnout: 1,970 Majority: 55

St Aidan’s
James Bainbridge (Con) 489
Martyn Dyer-Smith (Lib Dem) 219
Arthur Paynter (Green) 161
Marc Scott (BNP) 144 9.4%
Reginald Watson (Lab) 503
Turnout: 1,516 Majority: 14

Stanwix and Irthington
John Mallinson (Con)1,279
Robert Round (BNP) 82 3.7%
George Stothard (Lab) 408
Carol Weaver (UKIP) 396
Turnout: 2,165 Majority: 871

Stanwix Urban
Dallas Brewis (Green) 364
Liz Mallinson (Con) 1,232
William Round (BNP) 100 4.7%
William Whalen (Lab) 415
Turnout: 2,111 Majority: 817

Upperby
Georgina Clarke (Con) 258
James Osler (Lib Dem) 392
Ronald Rome (BNP) 212 14.6%
Stewart Young (Lab) 595
Turnout: 1,457 Majority: 203

Wetheral
Roger Horne (Lab) 536
Nicholas Marriner (Con) 1,602
Michael Owen (UKIP) 394
Susan Parker (BNP) 95 3.6%
Turnout: 2,627 Majority:

Yewdale
Ian Brewis (Green) 109
John Farmer (Lib Dem) 249
Helen Horne (Lab) 713
Fiona Robson (Con) 802
Robert Walker (BNP) 185 9%
Turnout: 2,058 Majority: 89

Copeland – 3250 votes overall. An average 270 votes and 16.2% in wards contested.

Bransty
Bernard Kirk (Lab) 761
Graham Roberts (Con) 782
Malcolm Southward (BNP) 243 13.2%
Turnout: 1,786 Majority: 21

Cleator Moor North & Frizington
Clive Jefferson (BNP) 501 27.2%
Timothy Knowles (Lab) 844
Kenneth Simpson (Con) 498
Turnout: 1,843 Majority: 343

Cleator Moor South & Egremont
Kevin Hurst (BNP) 276 15%
Jean Lewthwaite (Con) 556
Mike Minogue (Lib Dem) 230
Frank Morgan (Lab) 778
Turnout: 1,840 Majority: 222

Distington & Moresby
Frank Hollowell (Lib Dem) 357
Cam Ross (Lab) 548
Helen Stevenson (BNP) 165 11.7%
Dorothy Wonnacott (Con) 343
Turnout: 1,413 Majority: 191

Gosforth & Ennerdale
Norman Clarkson (Con) 1189
Lynne Hicks (BNP) 173 9.4%
Peter Watson (Lab) 473
Turnout: 1835 Majority: 716

Hensingham & Arlecdon
Mike Hawkins (Lab) 730
Shaun Hornby (BNP) 254 17.1%
Marie Simpson (Con) 504
Turnout: 1,488 Majority: 226

Hillcrest
Steve Gibbons (Lab) 706
Bill Pugh (BNP) 229 13%
Andrew Wonnacott (Con) 826
Turnout: 1,761 Majority: 120

Kells & Sandwith
Edward Caley-Knowles (UKIP) 180
Simon Nicholson (BNP) 491 30.9%
Wendy Skillicorn (Lab) 681
Brigid Whiteside (Con 238

Millom
Ray Cole (Con) 1231
Craig Eaton (BNP) 310 14.8%
Robin Pitt (Lab) 556
Turnout: 2,097 Majority: 675

Mirehouse
Craig Burns (BNP) 249 24.9%
Glenn Gray (Con) 240
John Woolley (Lab) 512
Turnout: 1,001 Majority: 263

Seascale & Whicham
Sue Brown (Con) 1341
Carl Carter (Lab) 366
Nigel Gilligan (Green) 301
Russ Mclean (BNP) 166 7.6%
Turnout: 2,174 Majority: 975

St Bees & Egremont
Brian Allan (BNP) 193 10.7%
Sam Meteer (Ind) 477
Jane Micklethwaite (Con) 500
David Southward (Lab) 635
Turnout: 1,805 Majority: 135

Eden 199 votes in total. An average of 100 votes and 6.6% in wards contested.

Penrith North
Hilary Carrick (Con) 813
Anthony O’Malley (BNP) 94 5.1%
Geoffrey Rockliffe-King (Lab) 129
John Tompkins (Lib Dem) 798
Turnout: 1,834 Majority: 15

Penrith West
Charles Bickerstaffe (BNP) 105 8.2%
Sheelagh Delaney (Lab) 88
Michael Eyles (Lib Dem) 417
Helen Fearon (Con) 457
Colin Nineham (Ind) 203
Turnout: 1,270 Majority: 40

South Lakes – 70 votes in total, only one ward contested.

Kendal Strickland & Fell
Rae Cross (Lab) 158
Donna Devlin (BNP) 70 3.2%
Brendan Jameson (Lib Dem) 1575
Dan Ross (Con) 379
Turnout: 2182 Majority: 1196

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Responses

  1. your little group will now be wiped out haha

  2. We’ll see about that terry.

  3. So, does the BNP not represent the North West? I’m a little confused here. ONE Million voters tend to lead me to believe the party has a stance in politics, especially where democratic vote rules. Are you aligning with the left wing bigots? Is this the democracy you strive for? Is it not prejudice against people who don’t form your opinion? I think I remember you Maryport activists in the local rag. You didn’t like it when your address and details were published. I seem to remember you were not old enough to vote when you built the site, either. If we WERE skinheads, I suppose you would be beat to a pulp by now. The fact that BNP members are law abiding citizens, working hard and being shafted by the current Government, gives you solace. This will be short lived. Will the UAF be as great as they seem, when the BNP supporters visit THEIR demonstrations? An egg on their head would constitute a crime.


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