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2019 Liverpool City Council election

← 2018 2 May 2019 (2019-05-02) 2021 →

30 of 90 seats (one-third)
to Liverpool City Council
46 seats needed for a majority
  First party Second party
 
Leader Joe Anderson Richard Kemp
Party Labour Liberal Democrats
Leader's seat N/A,
Mayor
Church
Last election 25 seats,
63.8%
3 seats,
16.7%
Seats before 75 8
Seats after 72 10
Seat change Decrease 3 Increase 2
Swing

  Third party Fourth party
 
Leader Tom Crone Steve Radford
Party Green Liberal
Leader's seat
St Michael's
Tuebrook
and
Stoneycroft
Last election 2 seats,
9.4%
1 seat,
4.2%
Seats before 4 2
Seats after 4 3
Seat change Steady 0 Increase 1
Swing

Map of results of 2019 election

Control of Council before election

Joe Anderson
Labour

Control of Council after Election

Joe Anderson
Labour

The 2019 Liverpool City Council election took place on 2 May 2019 to elect members of Liverpool City Council in England.[1] This was the same day as other local elections.

Due to the 'in thirds' system of election, one third of the council were up for election, with comparisons to previous results made with the corresponding vote at the 2015 Liverpool City Council election.

Council composition

Prior to the election the composition of the council was:

75 8 4 2 1
Lab LD G L I

After the election the composition of the council was:

72 10 4 3 1
Lab LD G L I

Retiring councillors

Council Ward Departing Councillor Party Ref
Anfield Adele Dowling Labour [2]
Central Sharon Sullivan Labour [3]
Clubmoor Irene Rainey Labour [2]
Cressington William Jones Labour [4]
Fazakerley Peter Clarke Labour [2]
Norris Green Alan Walker Labour [2]
Picton Paul Kenyon Labour [4]
Princes Park Alan Dean Labour [4]
Riverside Michelle Corrigan Labour [4]

Parties Standing

Liverpool City Council election result, 2019
Party Candidates Votes
Stood Elected Gained Unseated Net % of total % No. Net %
  Labour 30 25 0 3 -3 83 58.77% 53,264
  Liberal Democrats 30 3 2 0 +2 10 18.02% 16,337
  Green 30 1 0 0 0 3 13.38% 12,124
  Liberal 22 1 1 0 +1 3 4.55% 4,120
  Conservative 30 0 0 0 0 0 3.99% 3,620
  UKIP 3 0 0 0 0 0 0.72% 653
  Socialist Alternative 2 0 0 0 0 0 0.14% 131
  Women's Equality 1 0 0 0 0 0 0.06% 57
  Democrats and Veterans 1 0 0 0 0 0 0.08% 75
  Old Swan Against the Cuts 1 0 0 0 0 0 0.09% 84
  Independent 2 0 0 0 0 0 0.19% 172

Results

Allerton and Hunts Cross

Allerton and Hunts Cross
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Sharon Connor * 2,318 50.64% Increase6.32%
Liberal Democrats Fiona McBride 1,709 37.34% Decrease5.24%
Green Maggi Williams 337 7.36% Increase1.88%
Conservative Denise Nutall 213 4.65% Decrease2.99%
Majority 609 13.31%
Registered electors 11,565
Turnout 4,613 39.89% Increase3.14%
Rejected ballots 36 0.78% Increase0.64%
Labour hold Swing Increase 6.3%

[5]

Anfield

Anfield
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Lena Simic 1,448 73.28% Decrease6.73%
Green Harry Glen Gallimore-King 193 9.77% Increase4.63%
Liberal James Richardson 141 7.14% Increase4.61%
Liberal Democrats James Liam Madine 97 4.91% Decrease1.12%
Conservative Irene Stuart 97 4.91% Decrease1.39%
Majority 1,255 63.51%
Registered electors 9,172
Turnout 2,000 21.81% Decrease2.38%
Rejected ballots 24 1.20% Increase0.89%
Labour hold Swing Decrease6.72%

[6]

Belle Vale

Belle Vale
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Helen Thompson 2,113 70.62% Decrease11.98%
UKIP Douglas Anthony Boffey 310 10.36%
Liberal Democrats Stephen David Atkinson 198 6.62% Decrease0.67%
Green Hilary Brenda McDonagh 174 5.82% Increase2.80%
Conservative Wendy Rose Hine 107 3.58% Decrease2.23%
Socialist Alternative Roy Dixon 62 2.07%
Liberal Marjorie Peel 28 0.94% Decrease0.35%
Majority 1,803 60.26%
Registered electors 11,581
Turnout 3,004 25.94% Decrease1.18%
Rejected ballots 12 0.40% Decrease0.11%
Labour hold Swing Decrease11.8%

[7]

Central

Central
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Maria Toolan 914 60.13% Decrease7.81%
Green Jayne Louise Stephanie Clough 340 22.37% Increase10.77%
Liberal Democrats Sam Buist 144 9.47% Increase1.89%
Conservative Lee David Berry 101 6.64% Decrease0.88%
Liberal Bethan Hazel Williams 21 1.38%
Majority 574 37.76%
Registered electors 9,585
Turnout 1,536 16.03% Decrease0.07%
Rejected ballots 16 1.04% Increase0.85%
Labour hold Swing Decrease7.77%

[8]

Childwall

Childwall
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats Alan Peter Tormey 2,421 52.41% Increase3.80%
Labour Jeremy Wolfson * 1,780 38.54% Decrease4.69%
Green David Ronald Teasdale 252 5.46% Increase1.50%
Conservative David Jeffery 109 2.36% Decrease0.96%
Women's Equality Erika Raffle-Currie 57 1.23%
Majority 641 13.88%
Registered electors 10,807
Turnout 4,641 42.94% Increase0.96%
Rejected ballots 22 0.47% Increase0.23%
Liberal Democrats gain from Labour Swing

[9]

Church

Church
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats Richard Kemp 2,859 60.32% Increase2.33%
Labour Nat Griffin[10] 1,313 27.70% Decrease3.88%
Green Julie Elizabeth Birch-Holt 486 10.25% Increase3.38%
Conservative James Craig 82 1.73% Decrease1.83%
Majority 1,546 32.62%
Registered electors 10,490
Turnout 4,770 45.47% Increase1.37%
Rejected ballots 30 0.63% Increase0.52%
Liberal Democrats hold Swing Increase2.32%

[11]

Clubmoor

Clubmoor
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Sarah Jane Morton 1,770 74.24% Decrease8.84%
Liberal Paul Wynne Jones 203 8.52% Increase3.58%
Green Helen Parker-Jervis 195 8.18% Increase4.13%
Liberal Democrats Sean Robertson 118 4.95% Increase2.03%
Conservative Peter Andrew 98 4.11% Decrease0.83%
Majority 1,567 65.73%
Registered electors 11,121
Turnout 2,416 21.72% Decrease1.25%
Rejected ballots 32 1.32% Increase0.86%
Labour hold Swing Decrease8.86%

[12]

County

County
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Roy Gladden 1,635 77.64% Decrease9.00%
Green Linda Jones 199 9.45% Increase6.02%
Liberal Democrats Alex Cottrell 153 7.26% Increase0.97%
Conservative Olivia Georgina Lever 62 2.94% Decrease0.70%
Liberal Irene Morrison 57 2.71%
Majority 1,436 68.19%
Registered electors 9,329
Turnout 2,134 22.87% Decrease2.00%
Rejected ballots 28 1.31% Increase0.89%
Labour hold Swing Decrease8.96%

[13]

Cressington

Cressington
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Sam Gorst 1,896 42.64% Decrease9.80%
Liberal Democrats Norman Mills 1,826 41.06% Increase7.46%
Green Jean-Paul Roberts 514 11.56% Increase4.22%
Conservative Christopher Hall 211 4.74% Decrease1.88%
Majority 70 1.57%
Registered electors 11,659
Turnout 4,482 38.44% Decrease1.85%
Rejected ballots 35 0.78% Increase0.70%
Labour hold Swing Decrease10.24%

[14]

Croxteth

Croxteth
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Joann Kushner 1,670 73.12% Decrease9.76%
Green Rachael Blackman-Stretton 215 9.41% Increase5.54%
Conservative Alice Margaret Day 146 6.39% Decrease0.33%
Liberal Ray Catesby 128 5.60% Increase2.63%
Liberal Democrats William Barrow 125 5.47% Increase1.92%
Majority 1,455 63.70%
Registered electors 10,532
Turnout 2,318 22.01% Decrease2.30%
Rejected ballots 34 1.47% Increase1.12%
Labour hold Swing

[15]

Everton

Everton
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Jane Corbett * 2,036 82.60% Decrease4.01%
Green Samuel James Cassidy 201 8.15% Increase4.38%
Liberal Democrats Susan Kennaugh-Dyson 96 3.89% Increase1.67%
Conservative David William Murray 68 2.76% Decrease2.37%
Liberal Linda Roberts 64 2.60% Increase0.33%
Majority 1,835 74.44%
Registered electors 10,722
Turnout 2,500 23.32% Decrease1.46%
Rejected ballots 35 1.40% Increase0.91%
Labour hold Swing

[16]

Fazakerley

Fazakerley
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Frazer Lake 1,897 77.11% Decrease6.06%
Green Luke Anthony Burke 208 8.46% Increase4.14%
Conservative Giselle Henrietta McDonald 159 6.46% Decrease0.17%
Liberal Democrats Joseph Robert Slupsky 115 4.67% Increase0.63%
Liberal Brenda Edwards 81 3.29% Increase1.46%
Majority 1,689 68.66%
Registered electors 11,221
Turnout 2,502 22.30% Decrease1.49%
Rejected ballots 42 1.68% Increase1.34%
Labour hold Swing

[17]

Greenbank

Greenbank
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Laura Robertston-Collins * 1,757 52.70% Increase7.24%
Green Kay Alexandra Inckle 1,377 41.30% Decrease6.94%
Liberal Democrats Dewi Anthony John 105 3.15% Decrease0.25%
Conservative Nicholas John Leigh Basson 74 2.22% Decrease0.68%
Liberal Donald MacRitchie 21 0.63%
Majority 380 11.40%
Registered electors 8,721
Turnout 3,362 38.55% Decrease0.45%
Rejected ballots 28 0.83% Increase0.54%
Labour hold Swing

[18]

Kensington and Fairfield

Kensington and Fairfield
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Wendy Simon * 1,484 69.54% Decrease6.53%
UKIP Thomas Kangley 161 7.54%
Liberal Democrats Pat Moloney 160 7.50% Increase2.76%
Green Rebecca Lawson 139 6.51% Decrease1.19%
Liberal Damien Patrick Daly 83 3.89% Increase0.96%
Conservative Brian James Jones 56 2.62% Decrease1.03%
Independent Joe Owens 51 2.39% Decrease2.52%
Majority 1,323 62.00%
Registered electors 9,206
Turnout 2,146 23.31% Decrease1.69%
Rejected ballots 12 0.56% Increase0.09%
Labour hold Swing

[19]

Kirkdale

Kirkdale
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Lisa Gaughan 1,935 78.63% Decrease3.52%
UKIP Corinna Christine Allen 182 7.40%
Green Jonathan Richard Clatworthy 149 6.05% Increase1.97%
Liberal Democrats Mike McAllister-Bell 95 3.86% Increase0.88%
Socialist Alternative Roger Bannister[20] 69 2.80% Decrease3.04%
Conservative Katie Maria Burgess 31 1.26% Decrease2.78%
Majority 1,753 71.23%
Registered electors 11,208
Turnout 2,468 22.02% Decrease0.47%
Rejected ballots 7 0.28% Decrease0.03%
Labour hold Swing

[21]

Knotty Ash

Knotty Ash
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Co-op Harry Doyle * 1,778 69.70% Decrease0.06%
Liberal Democrats Graham Hughes 264 10.35% Decrease1.35%
Green Fiona Margaret McGill Coyne 231 9.06% Increase3.56%
Conservative Mark Butchard 189 7.41 Decrease2.29%
Liberal Kenneth Russell 89 3.49% Increase0.69%
Majority 1,514 59.35%
Registered electors 10,466
Turnout 2,583 24.68% Decrease0.08%
Rejected ballots 32 1.24% Increase0.93%
Labour Co-op hold Swing

[22]

Mossley Hill

Mossley Hill
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Patrick Hurley * 1,746 42.72% Decrease2.92%
Liberal Democrats Robert Charles McAllister-Bell 1,363 33.35% Decrease1.69%
Green Ted Grant 729 17.84% Increase7.29%
Conservative Christopher Andrew Roland 166 4.06% Decrease2.17%
Liberal David Stanley Wood 83 2.03% Decrease0.51%
Majority 383 9.37%
Registered electors 9,455
Turnout 4,118 43.55% Decrease0.85%
Rejected ballots 31 0.75% Increase0.59%
Labour hold Swing


[23]

Norris Green

Prospective Labour candidate Liam Moore stepped down over allegations of anti-Semitism and homophobia.[24][25]

Norris Green
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour George Knibb 2,079 80.80% Decrease5.03%
Green Martyn Madeley 237 9.21% Increase4.01%
Conservative Alma McGing 115 4.47% Decrease0.36%
Liberal Democrats Angela Hulme 85 3.30% Increase1.03%
Liberal Colin Edwards 57 2.22% Increase0.35%
Majority 1,842 71.59%
Registered electors 12,433
Turnout 2,603 20.94% Decrease1.98%
Rejected ballots 30 1.15% Increase0.61%
Labour hold Swing

[26]

Old Swan

Old Swan
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Peter Brennan * 2,021 72.36% Decrease2.63%
Green George Maxwell 218 7.81% Increase3.11%
Liberal Mick Coyne 215 7.70% Increase3.35%
Liberal Democrats Norman Darbyshire 166 5.94% Increase0.36%
Conservative Derek Thomas Nuttall 89 3.19% Decrease1.78%
Old Swan Against the Cuts Martin Ralph 84 3.01% Decrease2.41%
Majority 1,803 64.55%
Registered electors 11,201
Turnout 2,818 25.16% Decrease0.74%
Rejected ballots 25 0.89% Increase0.51%
Labour hold Swing

[27]

Picton

Picton
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Abdul Qadir * 1,556 69.84% Decrease13.75%
Green Sophie Brown 339 15.22% Increase9.20%
Liberal Democrats Stephen Brauner 167 7.50% Increase3.69%
Conservative Joshua Forrester 96 4.31% Increase1.02%
Liberal Alan Oscroft 70 3.14% Increase2.23%
Majority 1,217 54.62%
Registered electors 10,059
Turnout 2,250 22.37% Decrease0.83%
Rejected ballots 22 0.98% Increase0.46%
Labour hold Swing

[28]

Princes Park

Princes Park
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Tomas Logan 1,926 72.13% Decrease6.66
Green Stephanie Louise Pitchers 490 18.35% Increase5.66%
Liberal Democrats Thomas Sebire 144 5.39% Increase0.93%
Conservative Beryl Pinnington 81 3.03% Decrease1.02%
Liberal Barbara Lever 29 1.09%
Majority 1,436 53.78%
Registered electors 10,778
Turnout 2,696 25.01% Decrease0.69%
Rejected ballots 26 0.96% Increase0.31%
Labour hold Swing

[29]

Riverside

Riverside
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Sarah Doyle 2,336 70.04% Decrease9.42%
Green Sally Newey 487 14.60% Increase5.53%
Liberal Democrats Anna McCracken 214 6.42% Increase0.89%
Conservative Graham Kenwright 149 4.47% Decrease1.46%
Independent Robin Singleton 121 3.63%
Liberal Lindsey Janet Mary Wood 28 0.84%
Majority 1,849 55.44%
Registered electors 14,464
Turnout 3,366 23.27% Increase0.07%
Rejected ballots 31 0.92% Increase0.53%
Labour hold Swing

[30]

Speke–Garston

Speke–Garston
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Mary Rasmussen * 2,365 79.84% Decrease2.99%
Green Jonathan Key 299 10.09% Increase4.31%
Liberal Democrats Wiebke Ruterjans 178 6.01% Increase0.22%
Conservative Michael Borman 120 4.05% Decrease1.55%
Majority 2,066 69.75%
Registered electors 13,781
Turnout 2,996 21.74% Decrease1.36%
Rejected ballots 34 1.13% Increase0.85%
Labour hold Swing

[31]

St Michaels

St Michaels
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Green Anna Key * 2,458 66.96% Increase8.64%
Labour Calvin Wesley Smeda 1,011 27.54% Decrease9.35%
Liberal Democrats Chris Collins 116 3.16% Increase0.99%
Conservative David Patmore 86 2.34% Decrease0.28%
Majority 1,447 39.42%
Registered electors 9,642
Turnout 3,693 38.30% Decrease0.30%
Rejected ballots 22 0.60% Increase0.38%
Green hold Swing

[32]

Tuebrook and Stoneycroft

Tuebrook and Stoneycroft
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Joe Dunne 2,132 67.96% Increase3.92%
Labour Rona Ellen Heron 798 25.44% Decrease7.12%
Green Martin Sydney Dobson 93 2.96% Increase1.77%
Liberal Democrats Jenny Goulding 82 2.61% Increase1.35%
Conservative Luke Andrew Hingley-Smith 32 1.02% Increase0.08%
Majority 1,334 42.52%
Registered electors 10,253
Turnout 3,151 30.73% Decrease7.27%
Rejected ballots 14 0.44% Increase0.27%
Liberal gain from Labour Swing

[33]

Warbreck

Warbreck
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Co-op Ann O'Byrne * 2,240 80.58% Increase0.62%
Green Noël Jane Little 221 7.95% Increase3.61%
Liberal Democrats Gerard George Thompson 156 5.61% Decrease2.2%
Conservative McLean Campbell Patrick Wickham 105 3.78% Decrease2.77%
Liberal George Blacklock Roberts 58 2.09% Increase0.78%
Majority 2,019 72.63%
Registered electors 11,064
Turnout 2,827 25.55% Decrease0.65%
Rejected ballots 47 1.66% Increase1.22%
Labour Co-op hold Swing

[34]

Wavertree

Wavertree
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Dave Cummings * 1,841 52.90% Decrease9.56%
Liberal Democrats Graham Hulme 716 20.57% Increase1.35%
Green David William Morgan 562 16.15% Increase7.23%
Conservative Stuart Wood 144 4.14% Decrease3.13%
Liberal David Seth Harrap 142 4.08% Increase1.96%
Democrats and Veterans Adam Giles Heatherington 75 2.16% NEW
Majority 1,125 32.33%
Registered electors 10,439
Turnout 3,502 33.55% Increase1.11%
Rejected ballots 22 0.63% Increase0.28%
Labour hold Swing

[35]

West Derby

West Derby
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Daniel Barrington * 2,039 68.17% Decrease1.70%
Liberal Democrats Paul John Twigger Parr 265 8.86% Increase0.76%
Green Elke Weissmann 247 8.26% Increase4.92%
Liberal Ann Hines 241 8.06% Decrease0.48%
Conservative Pauline Shuttleworth 199 6.65% Decrease2.01%
Majority 1,774 59.31%
Registered electors 10,939
Turnout 3,024 27.64% Decrease1.70%
Rejected ballots 33 1.09% Increase0.90%
Labour hold Swing

[36]

Woolton

Woolton
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats Barbara Mace 2,042 48.68% Decrease1.79%
Labour Alice Bennett * 1,550 36.95% Increase4.19%
Green Jennifer Mary Brown 314 7.49% Increase2.17%
Conservative Christopher David Thomas 289 6.89% Decrease4.58%
Majority 492
Registered electors 10,699
Turnout 4,226 39.50% Decrease0.6%
Rejected ballots 31
Liberal Democrats gain from Labour Swing

[37]

Yew Tree

Yew Tree
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Barbara Murray * 2,012 74.93% Decrease6.40%
Green William Ward 220 8.19% Increase5.06%
Liberal Democrats Jacqueline Wilson 158 5.88% Increase1.94%
Liberal Sam Hawksford 149 5.55% Increase2.18%
Conservative Gillian Michelle Ferrigno 146 5.44% Decrease2.78%
Majority 1,792 66.74%
Registered electors 11,719
Turnout 2,717 23.18% Decrease1.99%
Rejected ballots 32 1.18% Increase0.94%
Labour hold Swing

[38]

By Elections

Old Swan 19 September 2019

Caused by the resignation of Cllr. Peter Brennan (Labour, last elected 2 May 2019) [39]

Old Swan
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour William Shortall 1,153 55.4 Decrease17.0
Liberal Mick Coyne 293 14.1 Increase6.4
Liberal Democrats Chris Lea 272 13.1 Increase7.2
Old Swan Against the Cuts Martin Ralph 138 6.6 Increase3.6
Green George Duncan 130 6.2 Decrease1.6
Conservative Peter Andrew 96 4.6 Increase1.4
Majority 860 41.3 Decrease23.3
Registered electors 11,207
Turnout 18.7 2,096 Decrease6.5
Rejected ballots 14 0.7 Decrease0.2
Labour hold Swing Decrease11.7

[40]

Princes Park 17 October 2019

Caused by the resignation of Cllr. Tim Moore (Labour, last elected 5 May 2016) [41]

Princes Park
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Joanne Marie Anderson 1,259 73.1%
Green Stephanie Louise Pitchers 237 13.8%
Liberal Democrats Lee James Rowlands 148 8.59%
Conservative Alma Gavine McGing 79 4.59%
Majority 1,022
Registered electors 10,921
Turnout 1,723 15.92%
Rejected ballots 16
Labour hold Swing

[42] [43]

Clubmoor 12 December 2019

Caused by the resignation of Cllr. James Noakes (Labour, last elected 5 May 2016) [44]

Clubmoor
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Tim Jeeves 6,276 86%
Liberal Paul Wynne Jones 420 5.8%
Green Michael Christopher Stretton 328 4.5%
Liberal Democrats Stephen Fitzsimmons 243 3.3%
Majority 5,856
Registered electors 11,258
Turnout 7,407 66%
Rejected ballots 140
Labour hold Swing

[45]

Picton 12 December 2019

Caused by the resignation of Cllr. Paul Kenyon (Labour, last elected 3 May 2018) following allegations of anti-semitism in the Labour Party. [46] [47]

Picton
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Calvin Wesley Smeda 5,196 79%
Green Sophie Brown 457 7%
Conservative Chris Hall 362 5.5%
Liberal Democrats Jenny Turner 336 5.1%
Liberal Alan Oscroft 108 1.7%
Independent Adam Heatherington 81 1.2%
Majority 4,739
Registered electors 11,536
Turnout 6,579 57%
Rejected ballots 39
Labour hold Swing

[48]

See also

Notes

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