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Lab 112588   SNP 65360  
Con 20239   SSP 18581  
LD 18473   Green 10159  
SocLab 4391   Pro-Life 2357  
SUP 2283   Comm 521  
Humanist 447   NLP 419  
SPGB 309   Ind Choice 221  
William Aitken CON 
Robert Brown LD 
Nicola Sturgeon SNP 
Dorothy Grace Elder SNP 
Kenneth Gibson SNP 
Sandra White SNP 
Tommy Sheridan SSP 
Labour Scottish National Party
Dewar MP, Donald
Fitzpatrick, Brian
Dinning, Eileen
Din, Anwari
Carroll, Gerry
McCalman, Ian
Gillies, Sheila
Nicola Sturgeon (T)
Dorothy Grace Elder (T)
Kenneth Gibson (T)
Sandra White (T)
Whitehead, Maire
Brady, John
Wilson, Bill
Stewart, Kaukab
Ahmad, Bashir
Chalmers, Tom
Roberts, Gavin
Byrne, Jim
Liberal Democrats Conservative
Robert Brown (T)
Craig, Moira
Aslam Kahn, Mohammed
Paris, Mary
Brown, Iain
Fryer, Judith
Dunnigan, Matthew
Hamblen, Clare
Dick, Callan
Clark, Laurence
King, James
William Aitken (T)
Ahmed Sheikh, Tasmina
Pickering, Catherine
Fry, Michael
Leishman, Mary
Rasul, Assad
O'Brien, Rory
Bain, Colin
Roxburgh, Murray
Stuart, Iain
Communist Green
Foster, John
Allan, Kay
Whitelaw, Alistair
Baker, Nina
O'Brien, Phil
McKernan, Joe
Wright, Michael
Jess, Will
Humanist IND (The People's Choice)
McKernan, Valerie
Ghani, Samina
Dillon, Margaret
McKernan, Audrey
Khan, Wagar
Williams, Andrew
Kerr, Matthew
Dillon, Paul
Nicholson, Angus
Mathews, David
McGeechan, Bridget
Natural Law Party Pro-Life
Stidolph, George
Renwick, John
Warburton, Peter
Sleeman, Deirdrie
Clark, Neil
Johnstone, Robert
Barrie, Joan
Fisken, Alexander
McLellan, Doreen
Indyk, Zofia
MacFarlane-Barrow, Magnus
Harty, David
Gott, Monica
Tortolano, Paul
Darmoul, Michele
Scottish Socialist Party Scottish Unionist Party
Tommy Sheridan (T)
Curran, Frances
Kane, Rosie
Friel, Jim
Lynch, Ann
Rae, Robert
McKay, Davie
Ritchie, Heather
Moore, Caroline
Houston, Daniel
Nixon, James
Socialist Labour Party Socialist Party GB
Watt, Claire
Nisbett, Jim
Ritchie, Murdo
Boyd, Eddie
Edgar, John
Murray, Robert
Dooley, Mick
Armstrong, Hugh
Donnelly, Richard
Fleming, James
Robertson, James
Ross, William
Vallar, Henrietta
Vanni, Victor
Glasgow Anniesland LAB Wins
Glasgow Baillieston LAB Wins
Glasgow Cathcart LAB Wins
Glasgow Govan LAB Wins
Glasgow Kelvin LAB Wins
Glasgow Maryhill LAB Wins
Glasgow Pollok LAB Wins
Glasgow Rutherglen LAB Wins
Glasgow Shettleston LAB Wins
Glasgow Springburn LAB Wins

"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 by other than simple first past the post. In both the 1992 and 1997 general elections Labour won all ten seats in Glasgow, leaving some four in ten voters feeling that their visit to the polling booth had been wasted. The SNP will be a threat to Labour in the still divided Govan constituency, and the nationalists could also win four of the seven ‘top up’ seats if their share of the total vote in the city reaches 25%. Both the Conservatives and Liberal Democrats are likely to secure representation in Glasgow for the first time in decades thanks to the Additional Member System. Nor should the Scottish Socialist Alliance be completely discounted. In the 1994 European Parliament elections Tommy Sheridan came third and would have won a ‘top up’ seat."

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