Herts County Council Election 2013: St Albans and Harpenden results

PUBLISHED: 09:15 03 May 2013 | UPDATED: 09:52 03 May 2013

Voting slips are counted

Voting slips are counted

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The results for the St Albans district are as follows;

* denotes the elected county councillor

Harpenden North East

*David Williams (Conservative) - 1,672

Pamela Bancroft (Green) - 398

Jeffrey Phillips (Liberal Democrat) - 547

Rosemary Ross (Labour) - 468

Harpenden South West

*Teresa Heritage (Conservative) - 2,569

Michael Gray-Higgins (Labour) - 436

Maria Moyses (Liberal Democrat) - 382

Rosalind Paul (Green) - 238

Sandridge

*Geoff Churchard (Liberal Democrat) - 1,203

John Paton (Labour) - 337

Beric Read (Conservative) - 1,099

John Stocker (UKIP) - 640

Ian Troughton (Green) - 164

St Albans Central

*Chris White (Liberal Democrat) - 1,369

Alec Cambell (Conservative) - 796

Andrew Dixon (Labour) - 689

Jack Easton (Green) - 837

St Albans East

*Robert Prowse (Liberal Democrat) - 1,229

Michael Mason (UKIP) - 636

Greg Riener (Green) - 239

Vivienne Windle (Labour) - 1,030

Guy Young (Conservative) - 631

St Albans North

*Roma Mills (Labour) - 1,487

Salih Gaygusuz (Conservative) - 1,026

Jill Mills (Green) - 223

Anthony Rowlands (Liberal Democrat) - 1,061

Philip Singleton (UKIP) - 489

St Albans Rural

*Maxine Crawley (Conservative) - 1,802

Thomas Hardy (Green) - 187

Sidney Pratt (UKIP) - 549

Judy Shardlow (Liberal Democrat) - 742

Linda Spiri (Labour) - 267

St Albans South

*Sandy Walkington (Liberal Democrat) - 1,486

Dawn Bloor (UKIP) - 549

Brian Ellis (Conservative) - 949

Kate Metcalf (Green) - 246

Janet Smith (Labour) - 918

St Stephens

*Aislinn Lee (Liberal Democrat) - 1,495

Lesley Baker (Green) - 112

Sue Featherstone (Conservative) - 1,201

Josh Molloy (Labour) - 305

Peter Whitehead (UKIP) - 951

The Colneys

*Dreda Gordon (Labour) - 1,235

Chris Brazier (Liberal Democrat) - 1,026

Lydia El-Khouri (Green) - 88

Christopher Thorpe (UKIP) - 638

Dave Winstone (Conservative) - 866

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