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ELECTED
Bill Aitken
Conservative
Robert Brown
Liberal Democrats
Patrick Harvie
Green
Sandra White
SNP
Nicola Sturgeon
SNP
Tommy Sheridan
Scottish Socialist Party
Rosie Kane
Scottish Socialist Party
RESULT
PARTY
SEATS
VOTES
%
+/-%
CON
1
15299
7.5
-0.4
LAB
0
77540
37.7
-6.2
LD
1
14839
7.3
+0.1
BNP
0
2344
1.1
N/A
GRN
1
14570
7.1
+3.1
SLP
0
3091
1.5
-0.2
SNP
2
34894
17.1
-8.4
UKIP
0
552
0.3
N/A
SSP
2
31216
15.2
+8
CPB
0
345
0.2
0
PLP
0
2477
1.2
N/A
SPA
0
612
0.3
N/A
SSCU
0
4750
2.3
N/A
SUP
0
2349
1.1
+0.2
TURNOUT 
204278
38.3
CANDIDATES
CONSERVATIVE
Bill Aitken
Richard Cook
Ashraf Anjum
Dorothy Luckhurst
Gavin Brown
Robert Erskine
Alan Rodger
Janette McAlpine
Gawain Towler
Faisal Butt
LABOUR
Alan Stewart
Catriona Renton
Stuart MacQuarrie
Hanzala Malik
Anwari Din
Chris Warhurst
Nasim Khan
LIBERAL DEMOCRAT
Robert Brown
Amy Rodger
Isabel Nelson
Douglas Herbison
Robert Stewart
Arthur Sanderson
David Jackson
Tom Henery
Paul Graham
SCOTTISH NATIONAL PARTY
Sandra White
Nicola Sturgeon
Bill Kidd
Kenny Gibson
Frank Rankin
Bill Wilson
Bashir Ahmad
Anne McLaughlin
Jim Byrne
Lachlan McNeill
 
GREEN
Patrick Harvie
Will Jess
Richard McCarthy
Alastair Whitelaw
Kay Allan
Nina Baker
Carola Boehm
Janice Sharkey
SCOTTISH SOCIALIST
Tommy Sheridan
Rosie Kane
Tricia McLeish
Jim McVicar
Jim Friel
Charlotte Ahmed
Carolina Perez
Charlie McCarthy
Wullie McGartland
Heather Ritchie
Keith Tomkinson
SOCIALIST LABOUR
Joti Brar
Patricia MacInnes
Linda Sheridan
James Berrington
Carlos Rule
Thomas McKnight
Howard Broadbent
Thomas Ritchie
UKIP
Donald MacKay
William McMurdo
Gerald Hanretty
William McMurdo
Alexander MacKay
 
BNP
Peter Appleby
CPB
John Foster
PLP
John Dunn
Mary Gilroy
Sean Caulfield
Maire McGeady
Jack McGeady
SPA
Asif Nasir
SSCU
John Lynch
Michael Morris
Frank Dougan
SUP
Daniel Houston
James Nixon
George McNee
Robert Howie
Brian Brown
James Rawlings

DESCRIPTION: Glasgow
Glasgow provides the perfect illustration of why a Scottish Parliament hoping to be seen as legitimate by all sections of the community had to be elected other than by simple first-past-the-post. The Labour Party has long dominated constituencies here, notwithstanding the Scottish National Party's periodic capturing of Govan. A solid SNP performance across the city saw them pick up five list seats in 1999, with the Conservatives and Lib Dems also securing their first representation in Glasgow for many years. SNP member Dorothy-Grace Elder has since left the party, but she won't be standing this time round.

CONSTITUENCIES:
LAB Hold
LAB Hold
LAB Hold
LAB Hold
LAB Hold
LAB Hold
LAB Hold
LAB Hold
LAB Hold
LAB Hold

CANDIDATES ELECTED - 1999 RESULT
CANDIDATE
PARTY
William Aitken
Con
Robert Brown
LD
Nicola Sturgeon
SNP
Dorothy Elder
SNP
Kenneth Gibson
SNP
Sandra White
SNP
Thomas Sheridan
SSP
PARTIES - 1999 RESULT
PARTY
VOTES
%
SEATS
LAB
112588
43.9
SNP
65360
25.5
4
CON
20239
7.9
1
SSP
18581
7.2
1
LD
18473
7.2
1
GRN
10159
4
SLP
4391
1.7
PLA
2357
0.9
SUP
2283
0.9
CPB
521
0.2
Hum
447
0.2
NLP
419
0.2
SPGB
309
0.1
INDA
221
0.1
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