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UK General Election 2010 Results: Liberal Democrats Gain Eastbourne

The Liberal Democrat Party has gained a Conservative seat in the 2010 UK General Election, as their candidate for Eastbourne, Stephen Lloyd has claimed a majority of  3,435 votes.

Eastbourne General Election 2010 Results:

  • Stephen Lloyd – Liberal Democrat – 24,658
  • Nigel Waterson – Conservative – 21,223
  • Dave Brinson – Labour – 2,497
  • Stephen Shing – Independent – 1,327
  • Roger Needham – UK Independence Party – 1,305
  • Colin Poulter – British National Party – 939
  • Michael Baldry – Independent – 101
  • Keith Gell – Independent – 74

The Liberal Democrat vote climbed by 5.6% from 2005, while the Conservative vote fell by 2.3%.

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