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Elections to Stirling Council were held on 3 May 2012, the same day as the 31 other local authorities in Scotland. The election will use the seven wards created under the Local Governance (Scotland) Act 2004, with 22 councillors being elected. Each ward will elect either 3 or 4 members, using the STV electoral system.The election saw the Scottish National Party increase their representation by 2 seats and significantly increase their vote share to become the largest party on the Council.

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  • Elections to Stirling Council were held on 3 May 2012, the same day as the 31 other local authorities in Scotland. The election will use the seven wards created under the Local Governance (Scotland) Act 2004, with 22 councillors being elected. Each ward will elect either 3 or 4 members, using the STV electoral system.The election saw the Scottish National Party increase their representation by 2 seats and significantly increase their vote share to become the largest party on the Council.
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  • Stirling Council election, 2012
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  • Elections to Stirling Council were held on 3 May 2012, the same day as the 31 other local authorities in Scotland. The election will use the seven wards created under the Local Governance (Scotland) Act 2004, with 22 councillors being elected. Each ward will elect either 3 or 4 members, using the STV electoral system.The election saw the Scottish National Party increase their representation by 2 seats and significantly increase their vote share to become the largest party on the Council. The Scottish Labour Party and the Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party retained their 8 and 4 seats respectively while the Scottish Green Party gained a seat on the authority. By contrast the Scottish Liberal Democrats were wiped out losing all their 3 seats.Following the election a coalition was formed between the Labour Party and the Conservatives which replaced the previous SNP minority administration.
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  • Stirling Council election, 2012
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  • Zara Kitson
  • Ian Smith
  • David Wilson
  • Jack Black
  • David Kaufman
  • Graham Houston
  • Chris Kane
  • Christine Simpson
  • Mike Robbins
  • Bill McDonald
  • Jennifer Gordon
  • Mark Ruskell
  • Gerry McGarvey
  • Galen Milne
  • Paul Henke
  • Lesley Stein
  • Graham Reed
  • John Hendry
  • Neil Benny
  • Philip Graves
  • Jim Thomson
  • Gordon Bruce
  • Scott Farmer
  • Alasdair MacPherson
  • Alistair Berrill
  • Callum Campbell
  • Corrie McChord
  • Fergus Wood
  • Graham Lambie
  • Margaret Brisley
  • Violet Weir
  • Alasdair Tollemache
  • Alison McGilvray
  • Alistair William Weir
  • Alycia Hayes
  • Benjamin Kerr
  • Danny Gibson
  • Gary Airnes
  • Gerry McLaughlan
  • Gordon Kerr Cowtan
  • Ian Alexander Brown
  • Ian Muirhead
  • Johanna Boyd
  • Johannes Butscher
  • Luke Davison
  • Martin Earl
  • Steve Sankey
  • Steven Paterson †
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  • Scotland
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  • Mark Ruskell
  • Graham Houston
  • Graham Reed
  • Alistair Berrill
  • Corrie McChord
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  • no
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  • Independent
  • Scottish National Party
  • United Kingdom Independence Party
  • Scottish Labour Party
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