All 55 seats to Medway Council
28 seats needed for a majority
Elections to Medway Council were held on 2 May 2019 as part of the 2019 United Kingdom local elections. The elections were for all 55 councillors across 22 wards.
|Party||Leader||Stood||Elected||Gained||Unseated||Net||% of total||%||No.||Net %|
Prior to the election, the composition of the council was:
After the election, the composition of the council was:
Asterisks denote incumbent Councillors seeking re-election. A total of 199 candidates stood for the 55 seats available.
|Labour||Harinder Singh Mahill||1,343||48.5|
|Conservative||David Peter Jarrett||508||18.3|
|Independent||Peter Ronald Jenkins||439||15.8|
|Conservative||Denise Kay Wildey||435||15.7|
|CPA||John Wesley Julian Lorenzo Gibson||166||6.0|
|Independent||Jacqueline Anne Cook||239||13.7|
|Labour||Katherine Mary Porter||230||13.2|
|UKIP||Naomi Caroline Wilson||191||10.9|
|Labour||Adam Robert William Price*||1,702||53.0|
|UKIP||Robert Nigel Oakley||613||19.1|
|Conservative||Kwashie Amartei Anang||485||15.1|
|Green||George Bernard Salomon||383||11.9|
|Liberal Democrats||Sid Kingman||221||6.9|
|Liberal Democrats||Ian Rickard||180||5.6|
|Liberal Democrats||Chris Sams||152||4.7|
|Labour||Naushabah Parveen Khan*||1,670||51.7|
|Labour||Clive Stanley William Johnson*||1,666||51.6|
|Conservative||Harbans Singh Sidhu||502||15.5|
|Liberal Democrats||Alan John Jefferies||398||12.3|
|Liberal Democrats||Geoff Juby||387||12.0|
|Liberal Democrats||Nemia Juby||324||10.0|
Les Wicks was elected as a Conservative councillor in Rainham South in 2015.
|Conservative||Diane Margaret Chambers*||1,641||68.3|
|Conservative||Rodney Brian Chambers*||1,613||67.2|
|UKIP||Raymond David John Eldridge||325||13.5|
|Liberal Democrats||Terry Reginald Lucy||240||10.0|
|Labour||Louwella Margaret Prenter||233||9.7|
|Liberal Democrats||Veronica Williams||224||9.3|
|Conservative||Alan Leslie Jarrett*||1,357||68.7|
|Conservative||David Robert Wildey*||1,189||60.2|
|Labour||John Gower Strevens||262||13.3|
|Green||Simon Philip Marchant||258||13.1|
|Labour||Tristan John Osborne*||1,045||39.0|
|Labour||Joanne Christine Howcroft-Scott||1,009||37.7|
|UKIP||Keith Leslie Fletcher||662||24.7|
|Liberal Democrats||Paul Antony O'Neill||205||7.7|
Sam Craven was elected as a Labour councillor in 2015. Mike Franklin was elected as a Conservative councillor in 2015.
|UKIP||Roy Andrew Freshwater*||1002||25.9|
|Conservative||Gloria Rose Thienel||834||21.5|
|Green||Sonia Lesley Hyner||446||11.5|
|Green||Clive Bryn Gregory||442||11.4|
|Green||Mohammad Zubair Ahmad||371||9.6|
|Labour||Simon Geoffrey Gwilym Williams||298||7.7|
Mick Pendergast was elected as a UKIP councillor in 2015.
|Conservative||Gloria Blessing Chukwuka Opara*||951||47.7|
|UKIP||Nicholas David Chambers||497||24.9|
|Conservative||Barry Joseph Kemp*||1,696||46.0|
|Conservative||Nusrat Bibi Ahmed||1,439||39.0|
|UKIP||David James Baylis||585||15.9|
|Green||Mary Winifred Smith||575||15.6|
|Labour||Sajjad Ahmad Khan||475||12.9|
|Labour||Robert Alan Taylor||460||12.5|
|Labour||Chiron Peter Mottram||565||22.3|
|UKIP||David Raymond Platt||352||13.9|
|Conservative||Gary John Hackwell||1,565||50.5|
|Conservative||Howard Francis Doe*||1,527||49.3|
|UKIP||Jean Katherine Shirley Appleton||682||22.0|
|Labour||Alexandra Grace Chatfield||610||19.7|
|Labour||David John Carman||601||19.4|
|Liberal Democrats||Mike Walters||312||10.1|
|CPA||Roger James Peacock||198||6.4|
|Conservative||Piers Guy Nicholas Thompson||780||37.4|
|Conservative||Habib Odunlamin Sulaiman Tejan*||742||35.6|
|Labour||Tony John Scudder||622||29.8|
|Green||Caroline Mary Bowes||300||14.4|
|Liberal Democrats||John Edward Castle||207||9.9|
|Liberal Democrats||Alan Edward Wells||172||8.2|
|Labour||Teresa Margaret Murray*||1,332||55.0|
|Conservative||Theresa Jane Fawcett||542||22.4|
|Conservative||John Lyndon Jones||414||17.1|
|UKIP||Scott Bradley Harris||329||13.6|
|Liberal Democrats||Adrian Brindley||174||7.2|
|Conservative||Trevor Anthony Clarke*||1,658||49.0|
|Conservative||Sylvia Mary Griffin*||1,563||46.2|
|Conservative||Rupert David Fearon Turpin*||1,498||44.3|
|Labour||Mark William Jones||767||22.7|
|Green||Bernard Edward Hyde||427||12.6|
|Liberal Democrats||Viv Parker||365||10.8|
|Liberal Democrats||Sarah Louise Manuel||342||10.1|
|Liberal Democrats||Cathy Sutton||277||8.2|
|Conservative||Stuart Albert Tranter*||1,248||42.0|
|Labour||Elaine Orford Thomas||775||26.1|
|Green||Catriona Margaret Jamieson||431||14.5|
|Liberal Democrats||Anita Jane Holloway||244||8.2|
|Animal Welfare||Minda Da Rui||229||7.7|
|Liberal Democrats||Peter Loftus||166||5.6|
|Conservative||Elizabeth Jane Chitty*||1,331||38.3|
|Labour||Stephen Alan Hubbard||1,313||37.8|
|Labour||James Michael Braithwaite||1,118||32.2|
|UKIP||David John Atkinson||604||17.4|
|Independent||Chembukkavu John George||410||11.8|
|Independent||Kevin Riches Nutter||264||7.6|
|Conservative||Gary David James Etheridge*||1,331||39.2|
|UKIP||Martin Anthony Cook||770||22.7|
|Labour||Julia Cicely Hawkins||588||17.3|
|Labour||Charlie Matthew Curtis Kennedy||520||15.3|
|Independent||Frank William Hurley Moreton||491||14.5|
|Labour||Gareth Richard Myton||467||13.8|
|Liberal Democrats||Andy Millsom||350||10.3|
|Conservative||Richard Niall Thorne||777||28.5|
|Labour||Isaac Ikechukwu Igwe||758||27.8|
|Labour||Anthony Marcus McNulty Hill||755||27.7|
|UKIP||Shane Karl Back||611||22.4|
|UKIP||Dave Frederick Fahey||549||20.1|
|Green||Marja Astrid Kingma||384||14.1|
|Independent||Neil James Atkinson||382||14.0|
|Independent||Alan James Tucker||216||7.9|
|Labour||John William Lloyd||1,190||39.2|
|Labour||Hazel Louise Browne-Williams||1,139||37.6|
|Conservative||Natalie Janine Jarvis||893||29.5|
|Conservative||Mark Paul Joy||819||27.0|
|UKIP||Rob McCulloch Martin||645||21.3|
|Independent||Leona Jane McCord||300||9.9|
|Liberal Democrats||Maureen Ruparel||235||7.8|
Mark Joy was elected as a UKIP councillor in Strood South in 2015.
|Conservative||David Frederick Brake*||1,241||58.2|
|Conservative||Adrian Victor Henry Gulvin*||1,091||51.1|
|Labour||Robert John Heathfield||500||23.4|
|Labour||Jordan Desmond Hartley||768||28.7|
|Conservative||Andrew William John Lawrence||740||27.6|
|Liberal Democrats||Alan William Collins||473||17.7|
|UKIP||David Noel Paul Radlett||371||13.9|
|Liberal Democrats||Martin Jacob Rose||364||13.6|
|Green||Joel Andrew Love||296||11.1|
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