Conservative councillor elected for Clifton North Ward

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Roger Steel, the Conservative Party candidate, has been elected as the new City Councillor for the Clifton North Ward following a by-election on 27 September.

He polled 1,311 votes winning with a majority of 383. Labour Party candidate Shuguftah Quddoos was second with 928 votes.

The by-election was held following the resignation of Independent councillor Pat Ferguson.

Labour maintains its majority on the City Council with 52 councillors while the Conservatives now have three seats.

The full result of the by-election is as follows:

Roger David Steel (Conservative) – 1,311 (ELECTED)

Shuguftah Jabeen Quddoos (Labour) – 928

Kevin Clarke (Nottingham Independents Putting Clifton First) – 307

Rebecca Lucy Stephen Procter (Liberal Democrat) – 92

Kirsty Lemara Jones (Green Party) – 64

David Laurence Bishop (Bus-Pass Elvis Party) – 46

Electorate – 10,227

Turnout – 27%

 

 

 

 

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