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Pinhoe is a ward in Exeter City Council. It returns three city councillors, each serving a four year term. There are elections in three of every four years, with elections to Devon County Council on the fourth year.

 

Results of the 2022 election

Name of Candidate

Description (if any)

Number of votes

Elected?

CAMPION Christine Anne

Liberal Democrat

143

 

ROWLINSON Caryl Thomas Eli

Green Party Candidate

183

 

THOMPSON Cynthia

The Conservative Party Candidate

887

 

WOOD Duncan

Labour and Co-operative Party

1287

Yes

Electorate: 6972
Ballot Papers Issued: 2504
Rejected Ballot Papers: 4
Turnout: 35.92%

https://exeter.gov.uk/council-and-democracy/elections-and-voting/2022-city-elections/results/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2022_Exeter_City_Council_election#Pinhoe_2 

 

Results of the 2021 election

Party   Candidate Votes % ±%
  Labour   David Harvey 1,310 49.0 +10.6
  Conservative   John Harvey 978 36.6 -1.2
  Green   Lynn Wetenhall 237 8.9 -0.5
  Liberal Democrats   Henry Mayall 148 5.5 +1.9
Majority 332 12.4 +11.8
Turnout 2,690 40.1 +1.8
  Labour hold Swing    

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2021_Exeter_City_Council_election#Pinhoe 

 

Results of the 2019 election

Party   Candidate Votes %
Labour   Trish Oliver 928 38.4%
Conservative   Cynthia Thompson* 913 37.8%
UKIP   Robert Ball 262 10.8%
Green   Frank Williamson 226 9.4%
Liberal Democrats   Felix Brett 86 3.6%
Majority 15 0.6%
Turnout 2,435 38.27%
Labour gain from Conservative

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2019_Exeter_City_Council_election#Pinhoe 

 

Results of the 2018 election

Party   Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour   Duncan Wood* 1,128 47.08 +5.7
Conservative   Keith Sparkes 1,057 44.12 +3.8
Green   Diana Jones 114 4.76 -4.9
Liberal Democrats   Charles Cole 97 4.05 -3.0
Majority 71    
Turnout 2,396 41.04  
Labour hold Swing

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2018_Exeter_City_Council_election#Pinhoe 

 

Results of the 2016 election

The election used the plurality-at-large voting system; each voter was able to cast up to three votes, with the three candidates with the highest number of votes being elected. As the council would revert to electing by thirds in 2018, a number of councillors would serve partial terms in the interim. In each ward, the councillor who received the highest number of votes would serve a four-year term, the councillor with the second highest number a three-year term, and the councillor with the third-highest votes would have a two-year term. In future elections, each councillor would serve a full four-year term.

Party   Candidate Votes %
Labour   David James Harvey 1,046 45.5
Conservative   Cynthia Thompson 981 42.7
Labour   Duncan Wood 953 41.4
Conservative   Ruth Smith 926 40.3
Conservative   John Rogers 894 38.9
Labour   Laura Charis Adelaide Wright 869 37.8
Green   Diana Patricia Jones 224 9.7
Liberal Democrats   Mike Payne 163 7.1
Registered electors 5,052  
Turnout 2,300 45.53%

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2016_Exeter_City_Council_election#Pinhoe 

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