County Council Elections 2013

Cambridge Lib Dems won 6 seats out of 14 up for election within the city boundary. There was a 3% swing towards the Lib Dems away from Labour.

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City Council Elections 2012

Cambridge Lib Dems won 4 seats out of 14 up for election.

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City Council Elections 2011

Cambridge Lib Dems won 6 seats out of 15 up for election. They welcomed 3 new Councillors in Castle, Market and Queen Edith's.

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General Election 2010

Juilan Huppert succeeded David Howarth as MP, as he won Cambridge for the Liberal Democrats with a majority of 6.792. The result increased the Liberal Democrat majority by nearly 2,500 votes.

The full results in Cambridge were:

Julian Huppert, Liberal Democrat: 19,621 39%

Daniel Zeichner, Labour: 12,172 24%

Nick Hillman, Conservative: 12,829 25%

Others: 5,506 11%

Turnout: 50,130 67% (+5%)

City Council Elections 2010

Cambridge Lib Dems won 13 seats out of 17 up for election. They welcomed 5 new Councillors in King's Hedges, Petersfield, Romsey, Queen Edith's and West Chesterton, and a returning Councillor in East Chesterton.

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County Council Elections 2009

Cambridgeshire Lib Dems won 23 seats out of 69 up for election, including 11 out of 14 in Cambridge City.

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City Council Elections 2008

Cambridge Lib Dems won 8 seats out of 14 up for election. They welcomed 3 new Councillors in King's Hedges, Trumpington and Market, and a returning Councillor in East Chesterton.

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City Council Elections 2007

Lib Dems won 10 out of the 14 wards up for election in May including making another gain in King's Hedges.

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City Council Elections 2006

Liberal Democrats in Cambridge were re-elected comfortably in ten of the City Council seats that were up for re-election and made a historic gain in traditionally Labour King's Hedges.

The Conservatives lost their one City Councillor in Cherry Hinton to the Labour Party.

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General Election 2005

David Howarth won Cambridge for the Liberal Democrats with a majority in excess of 4,000. The result overturned Labour's majority of over 8,000 in an astonishing 15% swing from Labour to the Lib Dems. The Conservatives came third with a much reduced share of the result.

The full results in Cambridge were:

David Howarth, Liberal Democrat: 19,152 44% (+18.9% from 2001)

Anne Campbell, Labour: 14,813 34% (-11.1%)

Ian Lyon, Conservative: 7,193 16.5% (-6.4%)

Others: 2,411 5.5%

Turnout: 43,847 62% (+1%)

County Council Elections 2005

Lib Dems made gains and increased their support across Cambridgeshire, winning twenty-three seats across the County (a gain of six). Within Cambridge City, Lib Dems won ten of the fourteen wards contested. Petersfield, Arbury and Romsey wards gained their first ever Lib Dem County Councillors.

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City Council Elections 2004

The Liberal Democrats gained two seats in the City Council elections, held on 9 June 2004, with both Labour and the Conservatives losing out. The Lib Dems now have 28 city councillors, Labour 13 and the Conservatives just one.

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European Elections 2004

At the 2004 European Elections the Eastern Region returned Andrew Duff as a Liberal Democrat MEP. Our share of the vote increased by 2.1%. In Cambridge City we were the most popular party, receiving over a quarter of the vote. Labour were second with 21.3%.

European Elections - Eastern Region - June 2004

European Elections - Eastern Region - June 1999

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