Official results of Bitterne ward by-election announced

The Bitterne ward by-election took place on Thursday 1 December 2022

Bitterne ward in Southampton went to the polls on Thursday 1 December 2022 to elect a new member of Southampton City Council. A by-election took place following the passing of Councillor Terry Streets.

Yvonne Carole Frampton, representing the Labour Party, was elected on the night.

The full results are as follows:

FORD, Callum Daniel John - Conservative Party candidate - 793

FRAMPTON, Yvonne Carole - Labour Party - 806 (Elected)

MCGEORGE, Nick - Liberal Democrat - 61

MELDRUM, Ronald Nicholas - Green Party - 66

WELLMAN, Mabel - Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition - 26

The new make-up of Southampton City Council is as follows:

  • Labour - 27 Councillors
  • Conservative - 20 Councillors
  • Liberal Democrat - 1 Councillor

You can also read the official declaration.

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