2014 Causeway Coast and Glens Council election
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All 40 council seats
21 seats needed for a majority
  First party Second party Third party
 
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Martin McGuiness
Leader Peter Robinson Mike Nesbitt Martin McGuinness
Party DUP UUP Sinn Féin
Seats won 11 10 7
Seat change New council New council New council

  Fourth party Fifth party Sixth party
 
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Jim Allister
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Leader Alasdair McDonnell Jim Allister David Ford
Party SDLP TUV Alliance
Seats won 6 3 1
Seat change New council New council New council

  Seventh party Eighth party
 
Leader Billy Hutchinson
Party PUP Independent
Seats won 1 1
Seat change New council New council

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Causeway Coast and Glens 2014 Council Election Results by DEA (Shaded by plurality of FPVs)

The first election to Causeway Coast and Glens District Council,[1] part of the Northern Ireland local elections[2][3] on 22 May 2014, returned 40 members to the newly formed council via Single Transferable Vote. The Democratic Unionist Party won a plurality of first-preference votes and seats.

Election results

Party Seats ± First Pref. votes FPv% ±%
DUP 11 12,582 26.95%
UUP 10 8,071 17.29%
Sinn Féin 7 9,313 19.95%
SDLP 6 5,852 12.54%
TUV 3 4,846 10.38%
Independent 1 2,431 5.21%
Alliance 1 1,821 3.90%
PUP 1 777 1.66%
UKIP 0 518 1.11%
NI21 0 378 0.81%
NI Conservatives 0 129 0.28%
Totals 40 46,685 100%

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Districts summary

Results of the Causeway Coast and Glens District Council election, 2014
by district
Ward %
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Cllrs
DUP UUP Sinn Féin SDLP TUV Alliance PUP Others
Ballymoney 33.1 3 16.7 2 18.9 1 5.9 0 17.9 1 3.7 0 0.0 0 3.8 0 7
Bann 29.1 2 30.5 2 15.1 0 13.3 1 8.4 0 3.6 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 5
Benbradagh 12.7 0 0.0 0 49.5 3 18.2 1 19.6 1 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 5
Causeway 31.2 2 25.6 2 0.0 0 9.4 1 10.1 1 10.5 1 0.0 0 13.2 0 7
Coleraine 33.2 2 18.0 2 5.8 0 11.0 1 5.0 0 6.2 0 11.8 1 9.0 0 6
Limavady 40.2 2 15.4 1 21.3 1 15.4 1 5.9 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 1.8 0 5
The Glens 7.6 0 10.4 1 35.2 2 18.7 1 3.5 0 2.0 0 0.0 0 22.6 1 5
Total 27.0 11 17.1 10 19.9 7 12.7 6 10.4 3 3.9 1 1.7 1 7.3 1 40

District results

Ballymoney

2014: 3 x DUP, 2 x UUP, 1 x Sinn Féin, 1 x TUV

Ballymoney - 7 seats[4]
Party Candidate FPv% Count
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
DUP John Finlay* 13.04% 1,075                      
Sinn Féin Philip McGuigan* † 11.41% 941 941 942 958 1,011 1,023 1,023 1,183        
TUV William Blair* 10.26% 846 848.6 860.64 860.64 860.64 867.68 883.96 886.96 887.96 1,394.96    
DUP Ian Stevenson* 7.19% 593 600.84 613.96 616.96 618.96 630.96 972.96 983 983 1,020.64 1,107.76  
UUP Darryl Wilson* 9.14% 754 755.4 776.48 777.48 777.48 813.48 837.8 853.8 853.8 870.92 952.76 965.96
UUP Tom McKeown* 7.53% 621 623.92 654.92 655.92 657.96 724 745.2 765.2 767.2 801.64 905.48 913.40
DUP Alan McLean* 6.40% 528 540.32 552.36 555.36 556.36 572.36 685.44 690.44 691.44 733.04 821.92 869.44
Sinn Féin Leanne Peacock 7.46% 615 615 615 621 653 662 662 767 859 860.04 860.04 860.04
TUV Jamise McIlhagga 7.66% 632 634.12 635.12 636.12 637.12 644.12 664.28 666.28        
SDLP Harry Boyle 4.05% 334 334.08 337.08 428.08 500.08 569.08 569.12          
DUP Jonathan Wallace 6.43% 530 542.16 542.2 542.2 542.2 550.24            
Alliance Stephen McFarland 3.69% 304 304.24 326.24 340.24 348.24              
Independent Charley O'Kane 2.38% 196 196.04 199.04 207.04                
SDLP Angela Mulholland 1.81% 149 149 150                  
NI Conservatives James Simpson 1.56% 129 129.36                    
Electorate: 16,836   Valid: 8,247 (48.98%)   Spoilt: 115   Quota: 1,031   Turnout: 8,362 (49.67%)  

Bann

2014: 2 x UUP, 2 x DUP, 1 x SDLP

Bann - 5 seats[4]
Party Candidate FPv% Count
1 2 3 4 5 6
UUP William King* 17.13% 1,127          
DUP Michelle Knight-McQuillan* 15.58% 1,025 1,166        
UUP Richard Holmes* 13.38% 880 1,140        
DUP Sam Cole* 13.56% 892 1,063 1,127.66      
SDLP Róisín Loftus* 13.30% 875 981 984.66 1,023.36 1,030.07 1,057.79
Sinn Féin Ciaran Archibald* 15.11% 994 1,010 1,010 1,014.3 1,014.3 1,015.84
TUV Elizabeth Collins 8.36% 550          
Alliance Charlie McConaghy 3.57% 235          
Electorate: 12,175   Valid: 6,578 (54.03%)   Spoilt: 77   Quota: 1,097   Turnout: 6,655 (54.66%)  

Benbradagh

2014: 3 x Sinn Féin, 1 x TUV, 1 x SDLP

Benbradagh - 5 seats
Party Candidate FPv% Count
1 2 3 4 5
Sinn Féin Seán McGlinchey* 24.31% 1,460        
TUV Boyd Douglas* 19.62% 1,160        
Sinn Féin Tony McCaul* 10.69% 632 982.13 1,038.13    
SDLP Orla Beattie* 11.60% 686 696.89 991.89    
Sinn Féin Dermot Nicholl* 14.09% 833 904.61 930.79 932.29 959.29
DUP Edgar Scott* 12.68% 750 750.99 751.99 915.79 915.79
SDLP Michael Coyle* 6.63% 392 428.96      
Electorate: 11,904   Valid: 5,913 (49.67%)   Spoilt: 92   Quota: 986   Turnout: 6,005 (50.45%)  

Causeway

2014: 2 x DUP, 2 x UUP, 1 x TUV, 1 x Alliance, 1 x SDLP

Causeway - 7 seats[4]
Party Candidate FPv% Count
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
DUP Frank Campbell* 12.28% 910 915 945              
DUP Mark Fielding* 8.68% 643 647 655 666.16 702.16 884.16 923.16 940.16    
Alliance Barney Fitzpatrick* † 10.06% 745 745 756 757.24 766.24 767.24 841.24 934.24    
UUP Sandra Hunter* 10.28% 762 767 786 787.86 804.86 813.86 831.86 862.86 1,025.86  
UUP Norman Hillis* 9.03% 669 671 679 679 707 712 749 773 983  
TUV Sharon McKillop 8.31% 616 721 773 773.62 830.62 834.62 845.62 865.62 895.62 923.17
SDLP Maura Hickey*† 9.43% 699 699 699 699 708 709 733 802 813 827.25
DUP Bill Kennedy* 6.71% 497 504 522 523.86 532.86 592.86 601.86 613.86 665.86 722.86
UUP Robert McPherson 6.26% 464 471 475 475.62 488.62 496.62 499.62 525.62    
Independent Alison Torrens 3.81% 282 283 307 307 320 320 363      
NI21 David Alexander 3.58% 265 265 277 277.62 290.62 291.62        
DUP Angela Knott 3.51% 260 263 264 264 280          
UKIP Adrian Parke 3.09% 229 244 252 252            
Independent Leanne Abernethy 2.79% 207 211                
TUV Thomas Stirling 2.17% 161                  
Electorate: 16,548   Valid: 7,409 (44.77%)   Spoilt: 99   Quota: 927   Turnout: 7,508 (45.37%)  

Coleraine

2014: 2 x DUP, 2 x UUP, 1 x PUP, 1 x SDLP

Coleraine - 6 seats[4]
Party Candidate FPv% Count
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
PUP Russell Watton 11.84% 777 779 812 938            
SDLP Stephanie Quigley* 10.99% 721 734 745 755 758 1,016        
DUP George Duddy* 10.82% 710 712 728 752 813 815 1,041      
UUP William McCandless* 9.77% 641 654 674 698 756 758 772 773.84 837.84 847.84
DUP Trevor Clarke* 9.56% 627 629 645 664 727 728 783 847.86 878.32 881.32
UUP David Harding ‡‡ 8.22% 539 546 557 571 634 637 661 662.38 747.38 760.38
DUP Tracy Craig 7.36% 483 483 490 505 553 557 621 653.66 674.66 677.66
Alliance Yvonne Boyle* 6.22% 408 450 460 474 482 520 527 527.46    
DUP Phyllis Fielding* 5.49% 360 363 368 384 409 410        
Sinn Féin Margaret Fleming 5.84% 383 384 387 389 389          
TUV Tommy Collins 4.98% 327 328 360 378            
Independent Billy Ellis 4.33% 284 288 300              
UKIP William Ogilby 2.85% 187 200                
NI21 Chris McCaw 1.72% 113                  
Electorate: 15,443   Valid: 6,560 (42.48%)   Spoilt: 79   Quota: 938   Turnout: 6,639 (42.99%)  

Limavady

2014: 2 x DUP, 1 x Sinn Féin, 1 x UUP, 1 x SDLP

Limavady - 5 seats[4]
Party Candidate FPv% Count
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
DUP Alan Robinson* 26.43% 1,451                  
DUP James McCorkell* 8.41% 462 840.88 859.1 864.1 1,105.1          
Sinn Féin Brenda Chivers* 14.51% 797 797 798 843.74 843.74 843.74 1,177.74      
SDLP Gerry Mullan*† 10.49% 576 582.66 591.4 778.4 782.51 783.51 820.88 1,013.88    
UUP Aaron Callan 8.23% 452 485.3 500.04 507.15 546.72 607.72 608.09 608.09 610.09 815.11
UUP Raymond Kennedy 7.18% 394 408.8 416.17 418.17 446.38 521.38 521.38 522.38 528.38 682.3
Sinn Féin Rory Donaghy* 6.77% 372 373.11 373.11 381.11 382.11 382.11        
TUV Howard Gordon 5.92% 325 343.87 366.98 370.72 390.71          
DUP Jonathan Holmes 5.32% 292 353.79 362.53 365.53            
SDLP Jason Allen 4.88% 268 270.96 276.96              
UKIP Richard Nicholl 1.86% 102 109.03                
Electorate: 10,998   Valid: 5,491 (49.93%)   Spoilt: 88   Quota: 916   Turnout: 5,579 (50.73%)  

The Glens

2014: 2 x Sinn Féin, 1 x SDLP, 1 x UUP, 1 x Independent

The Glens - 5 seats[4]
Party Candidate FPv% Count
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
UUP Joan Baird* 10.41% 675 700 813 842 1,268      
Sinn Féin Cara McShane* 12.93% 839 846 856 957 958 958 1,273  
SDLP Margaret Anne McKillop* 8.56% 555 563 616 831 841 866 1,064 1,091.3
Independent Padraig McShane* 12.87% 835 845 852 919 921 926 1,008 1,023.6
Sinn Féin Kieran Mulholland 11.48% 745 747 773 780 782 782 864 1,008.3
Independent Ambrose Laverty 9.67% 627 654 664 798 824 886 904 907.25
Sinn Féin Colum Thompson* 10.82% 702 702 702 706 706 706    
DUP Evelyne Robinson* 7.62% 494 497 589 592        
SDLP Donal Cunningham* 7.91% 513 534 580          
TUV Cyril Quigg 3.53% 229 231            
SDLP Joanne McKeown 2.20% 143 147            
Alliance Colin Mayrs 2.00% 130              
Electorate: 12,011   Valid: 6,487 (54.01%)   Spoilt: 63   Quota: 1,082   Turnout: 6,550 (54.53%)  

* Incumbent

Changes during the term

† Co-options

Date Electoral Area Party Outgoing Co-optee Reason
3 Jun 2016 Limavady SDLP Gerry Mullan John Deighan Mullan was elected to the Assembly in 2016.[5]
19 Sep 2016 Ballymoney Sinn Féin Philip McGuigan Cathal McLaughlin McGuigan was co-opted to the Assembly.[6]
22 Jan 2018 Causeway SDLP Maura Hickey Angela Mulholland Hickey resigned her seat.[7]
30 May 2018 Benbradagh Sinn Féin Tony McCaul Kathleen McGurk[8] McCaul resigned.[9]
4 Jun 2018 Causeway Alliance Barney Fitzpatrick Chris McCaw Fitzpatrick died.[10]

‡ Changes of affiliation

Date Electoral Area Name Previous affiliation New affiliation Circumstance
24 Feb 2015 Coleraine David Harding UUP Independent Resigned[11]
Apr 2016 Coleraine David Harding Independent NI Conservatives Affiliated[12]
26 Oct 2016 Limavady Aaron Callan UUP DUP Defected[13]
23 Nov 2018 Causeway Sharon McKillop TUV DUP Defected[14]

Last updated 24 March 2019.

References

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  2. ^ "UTV local election results, Causeway, Coast and Glens". UTV. Retrieved 25 June 2014.
  3. ^ "Causeway Coast and Glens elections". Ballymoney Council. Archived from the original on 8 July 2014. Retrieved 25 June 2014.
  4. ^ a b c d e f g "Local Council Elections 2014 - Results by Stage". Retrieved 23 January 2022.
  5. ^ "GAA man co-opted to Council". Derry Journal. ((cite web)): Missing or empty |url= (help)
  6. ^ "Sinn Féin's Cathal McLaughlin co-opted on to Causeway council seat". The Irish News. Retrieved 31 July 2017.
  7. ^ "Mulholland selected as SDLP councillor". sdlpie. Retrieved 28 February 2018.
  8. ^ "Former Limavady Grammar School pupil Kathleen McGurk has been selected by Sinn Féin to replace Councillor Tony McCaul on Causeway Coast & Glens Borough Council". BALLYMENA DAILY. 30 May 2018. Retrieved 24 March 2019.
  9. ^ "Local Councillor announces retirement". www.derryjournal.com. Retrieved 24 March 2019.
  10. ^ "Alliance selects Chris McCaw to replace the late Barney Fitzpatrick (The Alliance Party of Northern Ireland)". allianceparty.org. Retrieved 24 March 2019.
  11. ^ "UUP's David Harding leaves to sit as an independent". BelfastTelegraph.co.uk. ISSN 0307-1235. Retrieved 26 November 2017.
  12. ^ "David Harding to stand in Assembly Elections for NI Conservatives | Causeway Coast Community | North Coast News". Archived from the original on 3 May 2016. Retrieved 1 July 2016.
  13. ^ McCann, David (27 October 2016). "Cllr Aaron Callan defects to the DUP". Slugger O'Toole. Retrieved 24 March 2019.
  14. ^ "Councillor Sharon McKillop defects from TUV to DUP". The Irish News. 23 November 2018. Retrieved 24 March 2019.