Guildford Local Elections

Guildford Local Elections

Guildford Council in Surrey, England is elected every four years.

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Guildford Local Elections - Surrey County Council Electoral Divisions in Guildford - Seats Changing Hands in 2009
... The Conservatives gained two electoral divisions, Guildford East and Guildford South East, from the Liberal Democrats ... The Conservatives won Ash, Guildford East, Guildford South East, Horsleys, Shalford, Shere and Worplesdon ... The Liberal Democrats won Guildford North, Guildford South West and Guildford West ...

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