2018 Liverpool City Council election
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31 of 90 seats (One Third and one by-election)
to Liverpool City Council
46 seats needed for a majority
Turnout28.9% (Decrease2.1%)
  First party Second party
 
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Leader Joe Anderson Richard Kemp
Party Labour Liberal Democrats
Leader's seat N/A,
Mayor
Church
Last election 27 seats,
57.7%
3 seats,
16.7%
Seats before 79 4
Seats won 25 3
Seats after 76 7
Seat change Decrease3 Increase3
Popular vote 60,277 15,673
Percentage 63.8% 16.6%
Swing Increase6.1% Decrease0.1%

  Third party Fourth party
 
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Leader Tom Crone Steve Radford
Party Green Liberal
Leader's seat
St Michael's
Tuebrook
and
Stoneycroft
Last election 1 seat,
10.7%
1 seat,
5.2%
Seats before 4 2
Seats won 2 1
Seats after 4 2
Seat change Steady Steady
Popular vote 8,839 3,932
Percentage 9.4% 4.2%
Swing Decrease1.3% Decrease1.0%

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Map of results of 2018 election

Control of Council before election

Joe Anderson
Labour

Control of Council after Election

Joe Anderson
Labour

The 2018 Liverpool City Council election took place on 3 May 2018 to elect members of Liverpool City Council in England. This was on the same day as other local elections.

Council composition

Prior to the election the composition of the council was:

79 4 4 2 1
Lab LD G L I

After the election the composition of the council was:

76 7 4 2 1
Lab LD G L I

Election Results

Overall election result

Overall result compared with 2016.

Liverpool City Council election result, 2018
Party Candidates Votes
Stood Elected Gained Unseated Net % of total % No. Net %
  Labour 31 25 0 3 Decrease3 80.0 63.8 60,277 Increase6.1
  Liberal Democrats 31 3 3 0 Increase3 10.0 16.6 15,673 Decrease0.1
  Green 31 2 0 0 Steady 6.7 9.4 8,839 Decrease1.3
  Conservative 31 0 0 0 Steady 0.0 5.4 5,088 Increase1.1
  Liberal 18 1 0 0 Steady 3.3 4.2 3,932 Decrease1.0
  Independent 2 0 0 0 Steady 0.0 0.3 253 Increase0.1
  TUSC 2 0 0 0 Steady 0.0 0.2 197 Decrease1.8
  Old Swan Against the Cuts 1 0 0 0 Steady 0.0 0.2 157 Decrease0.2

[n 1]

Ward Results

Allerton and Hunts Cross

Allerton and Hunts Cross
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Kimberley Berry 1,885 44.3 Increase7.8
Liberal Democrats Steve Brauner 1,811 42.6 Decrease4.6
Conservative Denise Nuttall 325 7.6 Decrease0.3
Green Maggi Williams 232 5.5 Decrease1.0
Majority 74 1.7 N/A
Registered electors 11,589
Turnout 4,259 36.8 Decrease2.8
Rejected ballots 6 0.1 Decrease1.0
Labour hold Swing Increase6.2

[1]

Anfield

Anfield
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Billy Marrat 1,777 80.0 Increase4.7
Conservative Christopher Smith 140 6.3 Increase2.1
Liberal Democrats Wiebke Rüterjans 134 6.0 Increase0.4
Green Rachel Burcher 114 5.1 Decrease0.5
Liberal James Richardson 56 2.5 Decrease3.7
Majority 1,721 73.7 Increase4.6
Registered electors 9,212
Turnout 2,228 24.2 Increase0.3
Rejected ballots 7 0.3 Decrease0.4
Labour hold Swing Increase2.3

[2]

Belle Vale

Belle Vale
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Pauline Walton 2,574 82.6 Increase17.6
Liberal Democrats Stephen Atkinson 227 7.3 Decrease4.1
Conservative Wendy Hine 181 5.8 Increase2.0
Green Hilary McDonagh 94 3.0 Decrease3.4
Liberal Marjorie Peel 40 1.3 Decrease1.4
Majority 2,347 75.3 Increase21.7
Registered electors 11,547
Turnout 3,132 27.1 Increase2.5
Rejected ballots 16 0.5 Increase0.1
Labour hold Swing Increase10.9

[3]

Central

Central
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Nick Small 1,066 67.9 Decrease1.6
Green Jayne Clough 182 11.6 Decrease4.7
Liberal Democrats Greg Howard 119 7.6 Increase2.2
Conservative Lee Berry 118 7.5 Increase1.8
Independent John Leadbeater 84 5.4 New
Majority 884 56.3 Increase3.1
Registered electors 9,766
Turnout 1,572 16.1 Decrease0.7
Rejected ballots 3 0.2 Decrease0.8
Labour hold Swing Increase1.6

[4]

Childwall

Childwall
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats Carole Storey 2,200 48.6 Increase19.4
Labour Frank Hont 1,956 43.2 Decrease9.5
Green Phil Williamson 179 4.0 Decrease2.5
Conservative David Jeffery 150 3.3 Decrease1.3
Liberal Lindsey Wood 40 0.9 New
Majority 244 5.4 N/A
Registered electors 10,804
Turnout 4,536 42.0 Increase2.6
Rejected ballots 11 0.2 Decrease1.1
Liberal Democrats gain from Labour Swing Increase14.5

[5]

Church

Church
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats Liz Makinson 2,706 58.0 Increase2.2
Labour Nigel Parsons 1,474 31.6 Increase3.9
Green Julie Birch-Holt 321 6.9 Decrease1.3
Conservative Thomas Burton 166 3.6 Increase1.0
Majority 1,232 26.4 Decrease1.7
Registered electors 10,594
Turnout 4,672 44.1 Decrease5.5
Rejected ballots 5 0.1 Decrease0.8
Liberal Democrats gain from Labour Swing Decrease0.9

[6]

Thomas Burton, the Conservative party candidate for Church ward was ineligible to sit as a councillor as he was a Liverpool City Council employee.[7]

Clubmoor

Clubmoor
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Roz Gladden 2,136 83.1 Increase9.8
Liberal Paul Jones 129 5.0 Decrease2.1
Conservative Peter Andrew 127 4.9 Increase1.2
Green Esther Cosslett 104 4.0 Decrease4.6
Liberal Democrats Paul Childs 75 2.9 Decrease4.3
Majority 2,007 78.1 Increase13.4
Registered electors 11,243
Turnout 2,583 23.0 Decrease3.6
Rejected ballots 12 0.5 Decrease1.6
Labour hold Swing Increase6.7

[8]

County

County
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Gerard Woodhouse 2,023 86.6 Increase13.4
Liberal Democrats Robert McAllister-Bell 147 6.3 Decrease6.5
Conservative Olivia Lever 85 3.6 Steady
Green Ceri Jones 80 3.4 Decrease6.2
Majority 1,876 80.3 Increase19.9
Registered electors 9,427
Turnout 2,345 24.9 Decrease2.2
Rejected ballots 10 0.4 Decrease1.3
Labour hold Swing Increase8.4

[9]

Cressington

Cressington
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Lynnie Hinnigan 2,444 52.4 Increase3.8
Liberal Democrats Norman Mills 1,566 33.6 Increase3.2
Green Elke Weissmann 342 7.3 Decrease2.1
Conservative Jade Marsden 309 6.6 Decrease1.6
Majority 878 18.8 Increase0.6
Registered electors 11,578
Turnout 4,665 40.3 Increase1.1
Rejected ballots 4 0.1 Decrease0.9
Labour hold Swing Increase0.3

[10]

Croxteth

Croxteth
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Peter Mitchell 2,120 82.9 Increase9.0
Conservative Alice Day 172 6.7 Increase3.8
Green Martin Randall 99 3.9 Increase0.6
Liberal Democrats Richard Bentall 91 3.6 Decrease0.9
Liberal Raymond Catesby 76 3.0 Decrease0.8
Majority 1,984 76.2 Increase12.0
Registered electors 10,558
Turnout 2,567 24.3 Decrease2.2
Rejected ballots 9 0.4 Decrease0.9
Labour hold Swing Increase6.0

Everton

Everton
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Ian Byrne 2,295 86.6 Increase5.3
Conservative David Murray 136 5.1 Increase1.4
Green Noèl Little 100 3.8 Decrease4.2
Liberal Linda Roberts 60 2.3 Decrease4.7
Liberal Democrats Nicolas Sawyer 59 2.2 New
Majority 2,159 81.5 Increase8.2
Registered electors 10,746
Turnout 2,663 24.8 Decrease0.9
Rejected ballots 13 0.5 Decrease0.5
Labour hold Swing Increase4.1

[11]

Fazakerley

Fazakerley
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Lindsay Melia 2,219 83.2 Increase10.5
Conservative Giselle McDonald 177 6.6 Increase3.6
Green Luke Burke 115 4.3 Decrease0.6
Liberal Democrats Joseph Slupsky 108 4.0 Decrease6.3
Liberal Maureen Keyes 49 1.8 New
Majority 2,042 76.6 Increase14.2
Registered electors 11,252
Turnout 2,677 23.8 Decrease2.7
Rejected ballots 9 0.3 Decrease0.7
Labour hold Swing Increase7.1

[12]

Greenbank

Greenbank
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Green Lawrence Brown 1,648 48.2 Increase18.0
Labour Jon Morris 1,553 45.5 Decrease11.9
Liberal Democrats Fiona McBride 116 3.4 Decrease3.1
Conservative Nicholas Basson 99 2.9 Decrease0.7
Majority 95 2.7 N/A
Registered electors 8,897
Turnout 3,426 39.0 Decrease0.7
Rejected ballots 10 0.3 Decrease0.9
Green hold Swing Increase15.0

[13]

Kensington and Fairfield

Kensington and Fairfield
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Sue Walker 1,768 76.1 Increase5.1
Green Steve Faragher 179 7.7 Increase1.6
Independent Joe Owens 114 4.9 New
Liberal Democrats Bill Barrow 110 4.7 Decrease1.0
Conservative Brian Jones 85 3.7 Increase1.8
Liberal Damien Daly 68 2.9 Decrease0.4
Majority 1,589 68.4 Increase8.0
Registered electors 9,347
Turnout 2,335 25.0 Decrease3.6
Rejected ballots 11 0.5 Decrease0.4
Labour hold Swing Increase4.0

[14]

Three days before the election, Green Candidate Steve Faragher resigned from the Green Party due to an online comment.[15] This was too late for the ballot paper to be changed.[16]

Kirkdale

Kirkdale
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Malcolm Kennedy 2,094 82.1 Increase2.7
TUSC Roger Bannister 149 5.8 Decrease4.3
Green Jonathan Clatworthy 104 4.1 Decrease2.5
Conservative Daniel Nuttall 103 4.0 Increase0.2
Liberal Democrats Mike McAllister-Bell 76 3.0 New
Liberal Thomas Ryan 23 0.9 New
Majority 1,945 76.3 Increase7.0
Registered electors 11,370
Turnout 2,557 22.5 Decrease2.7
Rejected ballots 8 0.3 Decrease1.0
Labour hold Swing Increase3.5

[17]

Knotty Ash

Knotty Ash - 2 seats
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Alison Clarke 1,978 75.6 Increase12.6
Labour Harry Doyle 1,895 72.4 Increase9.4
Liberal Democrats Graham Hughes 329 12.6 Decrease1.7
Conservative Mark Butchard 272 10.4 Increase6.5
Conservative Irene Stuart 235 9.0 Increase5.1
Liberal Democrats Gerard Thompson 182 7.0 Decrease7.3
Green Fiona Coyne 154 5.9 Increase1.9
Green Michael Humphrey Johnson 116 4.4 Increase0.4
Liberal Kenneth Russell 79 3.0 Increase0.5
Majority 1,649 58.6 Increase9.9
Registered electors 10,599
Turnout 2,624 24.9 Decrease5.2
Rejected ballots 8 0.2 Decrease1.1
Labour hold Swing Increase5.0
Labour hold Swing

[18]

Mossley Hill

Mossley Hill
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Elizabeth Hayden 1,904 45.6 Increase3.0
Liberal Democrats Alisha Lewis 1,462 35.0 Increase5.1
Green Ted Grant 440 10.5 Decrease9.2
Conservative Chris Hall 260 6.2 Increase0.3
Liberal David Wood 106 2.5 Increase0.6
Majority 442 10.6 Decrease2.1
Registered electors 9,410
Turnout 4,172 44.4 Decrease0.8
Rejected ballots 7 0.2 Decrease0.9
Labour hold Swing Decrease1.1

[19]

Norris Green

Norris Green
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Barry Kushner 2,344 85.8 Increase17.5
Green Martyn Madeley 142 5.2 Decrease3.7
Conservative Alma McGing 132 4.8 Increase1.6
Liberal Democrats Sam Buist 62 2.3 New
Liberal Brenda Jean Edwards 51 1.9 New
Majority 2,202 80.6 Increase24.1
Registered electors 12,116
Turnout 2,746 22.7 Increase2.8
Rejected ballots 15 0.5 Increase0.2
Labour hold Swing Increase12.1

[20]

Old Swan

Old Swan
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Joanne Calvert 2,174 75.0 Increase6.3
Liberal Democrats Chris Collins 162 5.6 Decrease2.9
Old Swan Against the Cuts Martin Ralph 157 5.4 Decrease6.6
Conservative Derek Nuttall 144 5.0 Increase1.7
Green George Maxwell 136 4.7 Decrease0.2
Liberal Irene Morrison 126 4.3 Increase1.7
Majority 2,012 69.4 Increase12.7
Registered electors 11,220
Turnout 2,910 25.9 Decrease5.0
Rejected ballots 11 0.4 Decrease1.6
Labour hold Swing

[21]

Picton

Picton
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Paul Kenyon 1,931 83.6 Increase10.6
Green Paul Woodruff 139 6.0 Decrease4.1
Liberal Democrats Alex Cottrell 88 3.8 Decrease4.3
Conservative Johnathan Andrew 76 3.3 Decrease0.4
Independent Adam Heatherington 55 2.4 New
Liberal Colin Edwards 21 0.9 New
Majority 1,792 77.6 Increase14.7
Registered electors 10,002
Turnout 2,322 23.2 Decrease4.3
Rejected ballots 12 0.5 Decrease1.1
Labour hold Swing Increase7.4

[22]

Prince's Park

Prince's Park
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Anna Rothery 2,155 78.8 Increase11.2
Green Stephanie Pitchers 347 12.7 Decrease6.6
Liberal Democrats Tom Sebire 122 4.5 Decrease0.5
Conservative Beryl Pinnington 111 4.1 Increase0.7
Majority 1,808 66.1 Increase17.8
Registered electors 10,715
Turnout 2,753 25.7 Decrease4.5
Rejected ballots 18 0.7 Decrease1.0
Labour hold Swing Increase8.9

[23]

Riverside

Riverside
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Hetty Wood 2,601 79.5 Increase2.9
Green Rebecca Lawson 297 9.1 Decrease1.6
Conservative Robin Singleton 194 5.9 Increase2.3
Liberal Democrats Anna McCracken 181 5.5 Decrease0.4
Majority 2,304 70.4 Increase4.5
Registered electors 14,170
Turnout 3,286 23.2 Decrease4.2
Rejected ballots 13 0.4 Decrease0.8
Labour hold Swing Increase2.3

[24]

St. Michael's

St. Michael's
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Green Tom Crone 2,205 58.3 Decrease3.7
Labour Stuart Fordham 1,395 36.9 Increase7.9
Conservative David Patmore 99 2.6 Increase0.5
Liberal Democrats Norman Darbyshire 82 2.2 Decrease1.7
Majority 810 21.4 Decrease11.6
Registered electors 9,810
Turnout 3,789 38.6 Increase0.7
Rejected ballots 8 0.2 Decrease0.7
Green hold Swing Decrease5.8

[25]

Speke-Garston

Speke-Garston
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Doreen Knight 2,634 82.8 Increase3.9
Green Rachael Stretton 184 5.8 Decrease2.7
Liberal Democrats Alan Tormey 184 5.8 Decrease2.1
Conservative James Craig 178 5.6 Increase0.9
Majority 2,450 77.0 Increase6.6
Registered electors 13,792
Turnout 3,189 23.1 Decrease2.9
Rejected ballots 9 0.3 Decrease0.9
Labour hold Swing Increase3.3

[26]

Tuebrook & Stoneycroft

Tuebrook and Stoneycroft
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal William Lake 2,524 64.0 Decrease14.3
Labour Don Porter 1,283 32.6 Increase16.1
Liberal Democrats Pat Moloney 50 1.3 Decrease0.2
Green Martin Dobson 47 1.2 Decrease0.3
Conservative Elliot Craddock 37 0.9 Increase0.5
Majority 1,241 31.4 Decrease30.4
Registered electors 10,390
Turnout 3,948 38.0 Increase1.4
Rejected ballots 7 0.2 Decrease0.1
Liberal hold Swing Decrease15.2

[27]

Warbreck

Warbreck
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Cheryl Didsbury 2,321 80.0 Increase9.7
Liberal Democrats Jerry Lonsdale 228 7.9 Decrease6.2
Conservative McLean Wickham 190 6.5 Increase3.9
Green Jean Hill 126 4.3 Decrease2.1
Liberal George Roberts 38 1.3 Decrease1.1
Majority 2,093 72.1 Increase15.9
Registered electors 11,122
Turnout 2,916 26.2 Decrease2.1
Rejected ballots 13 0.4 Decrease0.6
Labour hold Swing Increase8.0

[28]

Wavertree

Wavertree
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Angela Coleman 2,122 62.5 Increase8.9
Liberal Democrats Graham Hulme 653 19.2 Steady
Green David Morgan 303 8.9 Decrease2.6
Conservative Stuart Wood 247 7.3 Increase2.7
Liberal Jonathan Mason 72 2.1 Decrease5.5
Majority 1,469 43.3 Increase8.9
Registered electors 10,510
Turnout 3,409 32.4 Decrease3.1
Rejected ballots 12 0.4 Decrease0.9
Labour hold Swing Increase4.5

[29]

West Derby

West Derby
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Pam Thomas 2,243 69.9 Increase10.8
Conservative Pauline Shuttleworth 278 8.7 Increase4.9
Liberal Ann Hines 274 8.5 Decrease5.2
Liberal Democrats Paul Parr 260 8.1 Decrease1.7
Green Ellie Pontin 107 3.3 Decrease0.6
TUSC Ann Barbara Walsh 48 1.5 New
Majority 1,965 61.2 Increase15.8
Registered electors 10,958
Turnout 3,216 29.3 Decrease2.0
Rejected ballots 6 0.2 Decrease0.7
Labour hold Swing Increase7.9

[30]

Woolton

Woolton
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats Kris Brown 2,148 50.5 Increase3.9
Labour Colin McAlley 1,394 32.8 Increase3.4
Conservative Adam Marsden 488 11.5 Increase1.9
Green Jennifer Brown 226 5.3 Increase1.4
Majority 754 17.7 Increase0.5
Registered electors 10,636
Turnout 4,264 40.1 Decrease6.2
Rejected ballots 8 0.2 Decrease0.9
Liberal Democrats gain from Labour Swing Increase0.3

[31]

Yew Tree

Yew Tree
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Tony Conception 2,414 81.3 Increase7.8
Conservative Gillian Ferrigno 244 8.2 Increase1.7
Liberal Democrats Jacqueline Wilson 117 3.9 Decrease1.5
Liberal Sam Hawksford 100 3.4 Decrease0.9
Green William Ward 93 3.1 Decrease1.6
Majority 2,170 73.1 Increase6.1
Registered electors 11,816
Turnout 2,975 25.2 Decrease1.5
Rejected ballots 7 0.2 Decrease1.3
Labour hold Swing Increase3.1

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See also

Notes

italics denote a sitting councillor • bold denotes the winning candidate

  1. ^ % of total refers to % of wards won.

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