THE results from this year’s local elections have been flooding in overnight.
Residents in Portsmouth and Havant had a chance to vote for the councillors they wanted to represent them.
Here are the full results from the local elections 2019 in our area.
Portsmouth City Council
Lib Dems held the seat – with Lynne Stagg getting a majority of 873 and turnout of 33.2%.
Lib Dems held the seat – with Suzy Horton getting a majority of 525 and turnout of 35%.
Labour held the seat – with Cal Corkery getting a majority of 404 and turnout of 22%.
Conservatives held the seat – Robert New getting a majority of 406 and turnout of 30%.
There were two seats up for grabs due to by-election.
Conservatives held one and gained one – Lee Mason and Matthew Atkins are the councillors for these seats. Turn out of 31%.
Drayton and Farlington
Conservatives held the seat – Terry Norton getting a majority of 1,203 and turn out of 34.4%.
Eastney and Craneswater
Conservatives gained the seat – Linda Symes getting a majority of 403 and turn out of 42%.
Lib Dem’s held the seat – with Dave Ashmore getting a majority of 297 and turn out of 29%.
Conservatives held the seat – Scott Payter-Harris getting a majority of 431 and turn out of 27.9%.
Lib Dem’s held the seat – with Gerald Vernon-Jackson getting a majority of 575 and turn out of 38%.
Lib Dems gained the seat – Lee Hunt getting a majority of 653 and a turn out of 25.2%.
Conservatives held the seat –Gemma New getting a majority of 297 and a turnout of 25.9%.
Labour gained the seat – Graham Heaney getting a majority of 210 and turnout of 36%.
Lib Dems gained the seat – with Chris Attwell getting a majority of 518 and turnout of 34%.
Havant Borough Council
Conservatives held the seat – Mark Inkster getting a majority of 101 and turn out of 29.39%.
Conservatives held the seat – Narinder Bains getting a majority of 518 and turn out of 27.41%.
Conservatives held the seat – Julie Thain-Smith getting a majority of 554 and turn out of 40.08%.
Conservatives held the seat – David Jenner getting a majority of 320 and turn out of 27.86%.
Conservatives held the seat – Michael Wilson getting a majority of 592 and turn out of 35%.
Conservatives held the seat – Clare Satchwell getting a majority of 540 and turn out of 40.9%.
Purbrook (two seats because of by-election)
Conservatives got both of the seats – Gary Hughes and Husky Patel are the councillors for these wards. There was a turn out of 28.56%.
Conservatives held the seat – Tim Pike getting a majority of 627 and turn out of 34.36%.
Conservatives held the seat – Diana Patrick getting a majority of 332 and turn out of 21.93%.
Conservatives held the seat – Gwen Robinson getting a majority of 710 and turn out of 29.87%.