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Vote 2017

Constituency: Lagan Valley


Electorate Seats Total Poll Turnout Valid Poll Spoiled Votes Quota
72,621 5 45,440 62.57% 45,069 371 7,512

Vote Distribution

Count 1

Elected

Count Results

  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Paul Givan Paul Givan * DUP 8035
Robbie Butler Robbie Butler * UUP 6846 6880 6909.58 7030.64 7130.7 7462.42 11037.42
Trevor Lunn Trevor Lunn * AP 6105 6131 6135.74 6340.8 7018.86 7392.86 7656.86
Edwin Poots Edwin Poots * DUP 6013 6028 6146.92 6167.04 6185.04 6472.48 6820.82 7401.82
Brenda Hale Brenda Hale * DUP 4566 4584 4890.9 4908.02 4927.14 5260.84 5561.7 6415.7
Jenny Palmer Jenny Palmer * UUP 4492 4542 4553.46 4672.58 4736.7 5094.72
Pat Catney Pat Catney SDLP 3795 3800 3801.32 3859.38 4021.38 5383.5 5692.92 6848.92
Peter  Doran Peter Doran SF 1801 1803 1803.06 1829.12 1877.12
Samuel Morrison Samuel Morrison TUV 1389 1406 1411.88 1434 1448
Dan Barrios-O'Neill Dan Barrios-O'Neill GRN 912 933 933.36 1217.36
Jonny Orr Jonny Orr IND 856 909 909.72
Matthew Robinson Matthew Robinson CON 183
Keith John Gray Keith John Gray IND 76
  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Paul Givan Paul Givan * DUP 8035
Robbie Butler Robbie Butler * UUP 6846 6880 6909.58 7030.64 7130.7 7462.42 11037.42
Trevor Lunn Trevor Lunn * AP 6105 6131 6135.74 6340.8 7018.86 7392.86 7656.86
Edwin Poots Edwin Poots * DUP 6013 6028 6146.92 6167.04 6185.04 6472.48 6820.82 7401.82
Brenda Hale Brenda Hale * DUP 4566 4584 4890.9 4908.02 4927.14 5260.84 5561.7 6415.7
Jenny Palmer Jenny Palmer * UUP 4492 4542 4553.46 4672.58 4736.7 5094.72
Pat Catney Pat Catney SDLP 3795 3800 3801.32 3859.38 4021.38 5383.5 5692.92 6848.92
Peter  Doran Peter Doran SF 1801 1803 1803.06 1829.12 1877.12
Samuel Morrison Samuel Morrison TUV 1389 1406 1411.88 1434 1448
Dan Barrios-O'Neill Dan Barrios-O'Neill GRN 912 933 933.36 1217.36
Jonny Orr Jonny Orr IND 856 909 909.72
Matthew Robinson Matthew Robinson CON 183
Keith John Gray Keith John Gray IND 76

On the Ballot

Dan Barrios-O'Neill

Dan Barrios-O'Neill

Green Party

Dan Barrios-O'Neill is an environmental scientist concerned with global change, sustainability and ecology. He is campaigning for better resourced mental health services, welfare support for the unemployed and those on low incomes, and LGBT equality.

Robbie Butler

Robbie Butler (Outgoing)

Ulster Unionist Party

Robbie Butler was elected to the Assembly in 2016 to represent the constituency of Lagan Valley. Before entering politics he had served as a Fire and Rescue Officer with the Northern Ireland Fire Service. He is the Party spokesperson on mental health.

Pat Catney

Pat Catney

Social Democratic and Labour Party

Pat Catney was first elected to Lisburn City Council in 2011 and is chair of the corporate services committee. Before entering politics, he was a well-known publican at the Kitchen Bar in Belfast. He has also helped run St Patrick’s Parochial Centre in Lisburn.

Peter  Doran

Peter Doran

Sinn Fein

A native of Donegal, Dr Peter Doran is a life-long activist on peace and environmental issues. He lectures on environmental justice at Queen's University and has worked at the United Nations on climate change. He moved to Belfast with his family to lead environmental research with the Northern Ireland Assembly and later worked as a researcher and policy officer at Dáil Éireann. As a young man he spent a number of years in the Taizé Community, France, a world-renowned ecumenical monastery dedicated to post-war reconciliation. He later organised annual acts of reconciliation in Derry working with the Catholic and Church of Ireland Bishops and Cathedrals.

Paul Givan

Paul Givan (Outgoing)

Democratic Unionist Party

At the age of 23, Paul Givan was the youngest person to be elected to Lisburn City Council in 2005. He was co-opted to the Assembly in June 2010 to replace Jeffrey Donaldson MP and was elected in 2011 and again in 2016 when he was appointed as Minister for the newly formed Department for Communities. Previously he was chair of the Justice Committee and the Standards and Privileges Committee and has also been a member of the Assembly and Executive Review Committee, Enterprise Committee and Health Committee.

Keith John Gray

Keith John Gray

Independent

Brenda Hale

Brenda Hale (Outgoing)

Democratic Unionist Party

Brenda Hale was first elected to Stormont in May 2011. She has been a member of the Committee for the Office of the First Minister and Deputy First Minister and the Regional Development Committee. Her husband served with the army and was killed in Afghanistan in 2009. Since then, Mrs Hale has campaigned on behalf of other war widows.

Trevor Lunn

Trevor Lunn (Outgoing)

Alliance Party

Trevor Lunn was a Lisburn City Councillor from 2001 until 2011 and served as mayor between 2006 and 2007. He was elected to the Assembly in 2007. He sat on the Education Committee and the Assembly and Executive Review Committee and is also a member of the Policing Board. A keen supporter of integrated education, he acts as the Alliance Party’s spokesperson on justice.

Samuel Morrison

Samuel Morrison

Traditional Unionist Voice

Samuel Morrison has worked for TUV leader Jim Allister since completing his Masters at Queen’s in 2007 and is the party Press Officer.

Jonny Orr

Jonny Orr

Independent

Lisburn man Jonny Orr has previously run as an independent candidate in the council, Westminster and Assembly elections. He says he has a vision for the city and sees it as “alive and full of colour”. He previously called for the Maze Prison site to be turned into a theme park.

Jenny Palmer

Jenny Palmer (Outgoing)

Ulster Unionist Party

Former DUP councillor Jenny Palmer secured a Stormont seat for the UUP in Lagan Valley at the expense of her former party. Jenny Palmer left the DUP in 2015. She is married to fellow councillor John Palmer and has three children.

Edwin Poots

Edwin Poots (Outgoing)

Democratic Unionist Party

Edwin Poots was first elected to Lisburn City Council in 1997 and was deputy mayor. He stepped down in 2010 to concentrate on the Assembly where he has been Culture Minister, Environment Minister and, from 2011 to 2014, Health Minister. He was successfully re-elected in the 2016 election. Mr Poots is a farmer who studied at Greenmount. He followed his father into politics and describes himself as a “young earth creationist”.

Matthew Robinson

Matthew Robinson

Conservatives

Matthew Robinson - Lagan Valley Matthew grew up locally in Hillsborough, County Down, and joined the Conservative and Unionist Party in 2007


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