Glasgow Pollok (UK Parliament Constituency)

Glasgow Pollok (UK Parliament Constituency)

Glasgow Pollok was a burgh constituency represented in the House of Commons of the Parliament of the United Kingdom from 1918 until 2005, when it was replaced by Glasgow South West. It elected one Member of Parliament (MP) using the first-past-the-post voting system.

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Glasgow Pollok (UK Parliament Constituency) - Results
... General Election 2001 Glasgow Pollok Party Candidate Votes % ±% Labour Co-op Ian Davidson 15,497 61.3 +1.4 SNP David Ritchie 4,229 16.7 -1.1 Scottish Socialist Keith Baldassara 2,522 10.0 N/A Liberal Democrat Isabel Nelson 1,612 6.4 +2.9 Conservative Rory O’Brien 1,417 5.6 -0.4 Majority 11,268 44.6 Turnout 25,277 51.4 -15.1 Labour Co-op hold Swing General Election 1997 Glasgow Pollock Party Candidate Votes % ±% Labour Ian Davidson 19,653 59.9 +16.5 SNP David Logan 5,862 17.9 +2.2 Scottish Socialist Tommy Sheridan 3,639 11.1 N/A Conservative Edwin S ... Hamilton 1,979 6.0 -9.7 Liberal Democrat David M ...

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