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Elections to Harlow Council were held on 1 May 2008. One third of the council was up for election and the Conservative party gained overall control of the council from no overall control. Overall turnout was 33.80%.[1] The Conservative party took eight of the ten seats contested including four gains. The Labour party lost all of the seats they had held while the Liberal Democrats won two seats.[2] The election in Harlow Common ward was delayed until 12 June 2008.[1] After the election, the composition of the council was Conservative 18 Liberal Democrat 8 Labour 6 Vacant 1 Election result Harlow Local Election Result 2008 Party Seats Gains Losses Net Gain/Loss Seats % Votes % Votes +/-   Conservative 8 4 0 +4 80.0 51.4 9,413 +5.6%   Liberal Democrat 2 2 2 0 20.0 20.9 3,819 +0.7%   Labour 0 0 4 -4 0 27.1 4,954 -4.8%   UKIP 0 0 0 0 0 0.6 115 +0.6% Ward results Bush Fair Party Candidate Votes % ±% Liberal Democrat Manny Doku 860 41.6 +0.2 Labour Terry Brandon 652 31.6 -6.9 Conservative Michelle Dorling 554 26.8 +6.8 Majority 208 10.0 +7.1 Turnout 2,066 36.2 -0.3 Liberal Democrat gain from Labour Swing Church Langley Party Candidate Votes % ±% Conservative Simon Carter 1,366 76.4 Labour Ken Lawrie 259 14.5 Liberal Democrat Laura Rideout 164 9.2 Majority 1,107 61.9 Turnout 1,789 28.3 +0.4 Conservative hold Swing Great Parndon Party Candidate Votes % ±% Conservative Eddie Johnson 1,164 63.8 +8.7 Labour Norman Knight 478 26.2 -7.4 Liberal Democrat Aran Black 182 10.0 -1.3 Majority 686 37.6 +16.1 Turnout 1,824 35.2 -0.9 Conservative hold Swing Little Parndon and Hare Street Party Candidate Votes % ±% Conservative Shona Johnson 829 48.8 +9.7 Labour Mike Danvers 708 41.6 -7.6 Liberal Democrat Kuzna Jackson 163 9.6 -2.2 Majority 121 7.2 -2.9 Turnout 1,700 31.7 -2.3 Conservative gain from Labour Swing Mark Hall Party Candidate Votes % ±% Liberal Democrat Nick Macy 744 36.8 +0.3 Conservative Jane Steer 681 33.6 +6.0 Labour Sean Folan 599 29.6 -6.3 Majority 63 3.2 +2.6 Turnout 2,024 39.9 -1.2 Liberal Democrat gain from Labour Swing Netteswell Party Candidate Votes % ±% Conservative Mark Gough 681 35.6 +2.4 Liberal Democrat Ian Jackson 579 30.2 -1.9 Labour Dennis Palmer 540 28.2 -6.5 UKIP Daniel Balding 115 6.0 +6.0 Majority 102 5.4 Turnout 1,915 35.7 +0.8 Conservative gain from Liberal Democrat Swing Old Harlow Party Candidate Votes % ±% Conservative Muriel Jolles 1,129 65.4 +10.9 Labour Paul Sztumpf 373 21.6 -0.6 Liberal Democrat Simon Macneill 225 13.0 +1.1 Majority 756 43.8 +11.5 Turnout 1,727 33.9 -3.3 Conservative hold Swing Staple Tye Party Candidate Votes % ±% Conservative David Kirton 848 50.6 +7.8 Liberal Democrat John Strachan 556 33.2 -3.5 Labour Janice Fenny 272 16.2 -4.3 Majority 292 17.4 +11.3 Turnout 1,676 32.3 +0.5 Conservative gain from Liberal Democrat Swing Sumners & Kingsmoor Party Candidate Votes % ±% Conservative Russell Perrin 1,097 65.3 +9.8 Labour Sue Ennifer 406 24.2 -7.0 Liberal Democrat Tim Sanderson 176 10.5 -2.8 Majority 691 41.1 +16.8 Turnout 1,679 30.8 +1.7 Conservative hold Swing Toddbrook Party Candidate Votes % ±% Conservative Joel Charles 1,064 56.0 +16.2 Labour Bob Hickey 667 35.1 -5.9 Liberal Democrat Julian Watkiss 170 8.9 +2.6 Majority 397 20.9 Turnout 1,901 36.4 -1.0 Conservative gain from Labour Swing References ^ a b "Harlow Council Election Results 2008". Harlow Council. http://www.harlow.gov.uk/about_the_council/council_services/electoral_services/elections/local_elections/election_may_2008/results_2008.aspx. Retrieved 2008-05-09.  ^ "HARLOW: Conservatives sweep to power in "disastrous" night for Labour". Bishop's Stortford Citizen. 2008-05-02. http://www.bishopsstortfordcitizen.co.uk/news/harlownews/display.var.2242114.0.harlow_conservatives_sweep_to_power_in_disastrous_night_for_labour.php. 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