Election Result (Wirral Council, 2016): Heswall: Conservative hold (Kathryn Hodson)
|Name of candidate || Description (if any) || Votes || %|
| Local Conservatives|| 2,776 || 65% || Elected|
| Labour Party|| 868 || 20% || Not elected|
| Green Party|| 334 || 8% || Not elected|
| Liberal Democrats|| 290 || 7% || Not elected|
There were 24 rejected ballot papers, the electorate was 10,768 and the turnout was 40%.
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Leasowe and Moreton East Byelection Result (Wirral Council) Ian Lewis (Conservative) returned
Having lost his seat last May to Labour’s Anita Leech (with a majority of 318), after the death of Cllr Ann McArdle, Ian Lewis (Conservative) overturned Labour’s majority into a majority of 265 in the by-election.
The result doesn’t change the balance of power on Wirral Council, but does reduce Labour’s majority from nine to seven. Meanwhile in the Heswall by-election held on the same day Kathryn Anne Hodson (Conservative) was predictably returned with a comfortable majority of 794.
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