West Sussex County Council in England is elected every four years.
Since 1973 political control of the council has been held by the following parties:
|Party in control||Years|
|No overall control||1993–1997|
The leaders of the council since 1993 have been:
|Amanda Clare||Liberal Democrats||1993||1997|
|Henry Smith||Conservative||2003||28 May 2010|
|Louise Goldsmith||Conservative||28 May 2010||Oct 2019|
|Paul Marshall||Conservative||18 Oct 2019|
|Liberal Democrats hold||Swing|
|Liberal Democrats||Derek Deedman||1,040||35.3||-12.0|
|Conservative gain from Liberal Democrats||Swing|
|Liberal Democrats||Patricia Webster||1,027||51.8||+22.6|
|Liberal Democrats gain from Conservative||Swing|
|Liberal Democrats||Mark O'Keeffe||420||22.0||-2.0|
|Liberal Democrats||Anthony Hull||1,652||44.9||-1.9|
|Liberal Democrats hold||Swing|
|Liberal Democrats||Trevor Richards||334||16.8||-21.0|
|Liberal Democrats||James Doyle||314||19.2||-0.3|
|Liberal Democrats||Stephen Blanch||1,274||38.7||+7.4|
|Liberal Democrats||Raymond Cooper||346||17.3||=13.0|
|Liberal Democrats||Catrin Ingham||2,771||46.4||+6.5|
|Liberal Democrats||Sulu Pandya||82||5.1||-8.6|
|Justice Party||Arshad Khan||12||0.7||+0.7|
|Liberal Democrats||Nick Hopkinson||364||16.1||+2.0|
|Liberal Democrats||Tony Millson||103||6.9||-7.9|
|Liberal Democrats||Anne Hall||201||11.0||-8.2|
|Liberal Democrats||David Anderson||268||10.1|
|Liberal Democrats||David Anderson||257||12.1|
|Justice Party||Arshad Khan||9||0.4|
|Liberal Democrats||Andrew Kerry-Bedell||1,009||36.0|
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