2001 Kent County Council election

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Kent County Council held its elections on 7 June 2001, on the same day as the 2001 United Kingdom general election. They were followed by the 2005 Kent County Council election.

Elections were held in all divisions across Kent, excepting Medway Towns which is a unitary authority.

Summary of 2001 results

Elections were held in 2001 across Kent. [1]

Kent County Council Election Results 2001
PartySeatsGainsLossesNet gain/lossSeats %Votes %Votes+/−
  Conservative 52+6
  Labour 220
  Liberal Democrats 10-6

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References

  1. "BBC: Vote 2001". BBC. Retrieved 5 March 2009.