West Lindsey Council election, 1998

West Lindsey Council election, 1998

Elections to West Lindsey Council were held on 7 May, 1998. One third of the council was up for election and the Liberal Democrat party lost overall control of the council to no overall control.

After the election, the composition of the council was
* Liberal Democrat 18
* Independent 9
* Labour 5
* Conservative 4
* Others 1

Election result

Election Summary Party
party = Liberal Democrats (UK)
seats = 7
gain =
loss =
net = -2
seats % = 58.3
votes % =
votes =
plus/minus =
Election Summary Party
party = Conservative Party (UK)
seats = 3
gain =
loss =
net = +3
seats % = 25.0
votes % =
votes =
plus/minus =
Election Summary Party
party = Labour Party (UK)
seats = 2
gain =
loss =
net = +2
seats % = 16.7
votes % =
votes =
plus/minus =
Election Summary Party
party = Independent (politician)
seats = 0
gain =
loss =
net = -2
seats % = 0
votes % =
votes =
plus/minus =
Election Summary
party = Others
seats = 0
gain =
loss =
net = -1
seats % = 0
votes % =
votes =
plus/minus =

References

* "Council poll results", "The Guardian" 9 May 1998 page 16

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prev=West Lindsey Council election, 1996
list=West Lindsey local elections
next=West Lindsey Council election, 1999


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