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Foyle Election 2022: Gary Middleton Wins final Stormont seat slightly forward of union rival Ryan McCready

The DUP candidate scored only 95.39 points. votes forthcoming of Ryan McCready of UUP who installed the strongest challenge From this party in years.

Spreading of surplus of Sinead McLaughlin of It was not enough for the SDLP to put Mr. McCready ahead of his union rival by finish.

Thirteenth round of elections for the Foyle Assembly

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Padraig Delargy and Ciara Ferguson with colleagues in Magherafelt

Gary Middleton DUP 4730.58 (+18)

Ryan McCready, UUP 4635.19 (+120)

Twelfth round of elections to the Foyle Assembly

Sinead McLaughlin was elected at stage 12 of check for Foyle and distribution of Sean Harkin transfers while Gary Middleton and Ryan McCready are within 197.39. votes of one Another.

Mark Durkan with colleagues and his wife and father in Magherafelt

new SDLP MLA McLaughlin – fourth candidate elected after Ciara Ferguson Sinn Féin.

Spreading of transfers from accumulated by Brian Tierney 3,967.02 votes after stage 11 made her vote impregnable, but he followed the distribution of Sean Harkin transfers at stage 12 she was officially recognized elected.

Ryan McCready of UUP is now dependent on transfers if he pulls off major coup and ouster of Gary Middleton of the DUP.

With the exception of a major political upheaval, which would require the transfer of 348.99 people from the socialist, supporting Harkin to Unionist McCready, former Executive office junior minister will hold the seat.

Sinead McLaughlin with her family in the counting center.

McCready got 189.37 transfers from Harkin, while Middleton received 37.8, so the gap between them narrowed to 197.39.

Now he will require transfers from McLaughlin’s surplus of $794.45.

Sinead McLaughlin, SDLP 8605.45 (+1115)

Gary Middleton DUP 4712.58 (+37.8)

Gary Middleton with his wife Julie and Dup colleagues including party Leader Geoffrey Donaldson.

Ryan McCready, UUP 4,515.19 (+189.37)

McLaughlin’s surplus of 794.45 will now be distributed

Eleventh round of elections to the Foyle Assembly

Sinead McLaughlin, SDLP 7490.45 (+3058.16)

Gary Middleton DUP 4674.78 (+19.16)

Ryan McCready, UUP 4325.8 (+42.86)

Sean Harkin, PBP 4264.25 (+231.28)

Tenth round of the Foyle Assembly elections

Brian Tierney was out in the tenth round.

Ballarnet Advisor received 3272 first preference votesupcoming of partner Sinead McLaughlin who was 3189.

However, by the tenth stage transfers left Tierney with 3967.02 behind Sean Harkin of People before profit (4032.97).

Spreading of Mr Tierney transfers would probably do Miss McLaughlin lead over the rest of the candidates are unapproachable.

Gary Middleton DUP 4655.62 (+1.26)

Sinead McLaughlin, SDLP 4432.29 (+21.42)

Ryan McCready, UUP 4282.96 (+0.63)

Sean Harkin, PBP 4032.97 (+22.05)

Brian Tierney SDLP 3967.02 (+16.38)

Ninth round of elections to the Foyle Assembly

Sinn Féin’s Ciara Ferguson is the third candidate to be brought back as an MLA. for Foyle distribution of Emmet Doyle transfers after the ninth step.

She was pushed 62.13 over quota, so next stage will be acceleration of its surplus votes.

Gary Middleton got 176.04 points. of Aontu’s surplus suggests that pro-life voters move to the DUP.

Sinead McLaughlin has now moved above Ryan McCready for fifth place. Sean Harkin of People Before Profit was the main beneficiary of Doyle transfers with a score of 564.7, he rose above SDLP’s Brian Tierney for seventh place.

Ciara Ferguson, Sinn Féin 7873.13 (+243)

Gary Middleton DUP 4654.36 (+176.04)

Sinead McLaughlin, SDLP 4410.87 (+175.26)

Ryan McCready, UUP 4243.78 (+38.55)

Sean Harkin, PBP 4010.87 (+564.7)

Brian Tierney SDLP 3950.64 (+241.45)

Foyle Assembly elections, eighth stage

Sinéad McLaughlin of the SDLP has made significant progress of team mate Brian Tierney after receiving 786.53 of Rachel Ferguson transfers.

Now she is 526.42. votes forthcoming of advisor to Ballarnett in sixth position – just outside seats.

UUP candidate Ryan McCready closes the gap on Gary Middleton after receiving 282.7 from Ferguson and now 234.54. behind DUP man.

Aontu candidate Emmett Doyle was eliminated and transfers of his 2697.33 polls are now to be distributed.

DUP are full of hope of bringing in some supporters of life transfers from Aontu, while Ballyarnett advisor Brian Tierney could benefit from transfers from his county constituency (DEA) counterpart.

Ciara Ferguson, Sinn Féin 7630.13 (+206.25)

Gary Middleton DUP 4478.32 (+50.14)

Ryan McCready, UUP 4243.78 (+282.71)

Sinead McLaughlin, SDLP 4235.61 (+786.53)

Brian Tierney SDLP 3709.19 (+260.98)

Sean Harkin, PBP 3446.22 (+432.13)

Emmet Doyle, Aontu 2697.33 (+88.56)

The seventh round of elections to the Foyle Assembly

transfers of former Aontu member and independent Anne McCloskey saw the party candidate in Foyle Emmett Doyle surpassed Alliance’s Rachel Ferguson who dropped out in the seventh round.

At the same time, only 0.87 of a vote now separates two SDLP candidates, Sinéad McLaughlin and Brian Tierney. with in former now a little ahead.

BUT total of 467.11 votes that’s all remains between leading trade unionist Gary Middleton (DUP) and Ryan McCready (UUP).

most likely overclocking of Rachel Ferguson transfers will close this gap.

The distribution was as follows:

Ciara Ferguson, Sinn Féin 7,423.88 (+50.27)

Gary Middleton, DUP 4428.18 (+36)

Ryan McCready, UUP 3961.07 (+11)

Sinead McLaughlin, SDLP 3449.08 (+38.83)

Brian Tierney SDLP 3448.21 (+34.77)

Sean Harkin, PBP 3014.09 (+111.84)

Emmet Doyle, Aontu 2608.77 (+432.18)

Rachel Ferguson, Alliance 2404.05 (+35.21)

Sixth round of elections to the Foyle Assembly

stage six of the count saw Brian Tierney, who founded in Galliach area, edge a little ahead of his partner Sinead McLaughlin, the only change in current order of candidates.

Former Aontu advisor and former Sinn Féin member Dr. Ann McCloskey, who ran as an independent, dropped out after stage six and transfers from her… will now be divided among the eight remaining candidates fighting for in final three places in Foyle.

The distribution was as follows:

Ciara Ferguson, Sinn Féin 7,373.61 (+115.75)

Gary Middleton DUP 4392.14 (+1.19)

Ryan McCready, UUP 3950.07 (+2)

Brian Tierney SDLP 3413.44 (+79.84)

Sinead McLaughlin, SDLP 3410.25 (+50.62)

Sean Harkin, PBP 2902.25 (+147.54)

Rachel Ferguson, Alliance, 2368.84 (+17.57)

Emmet Doyle, Aontu 2176.59 (+126.1)

Dr. Ann McCloskey, Indiana 946.63 (+69.55)

Fifth round of elections to the Foyle Assembly

The distribution was as follows:

Ciara Ferguson, Sinn Féin 7,257.86 (+0.17)

Gary Middleton DUP 4390.95 (+282)

Ryan McCready, UUP 3948.07 (+194)

Sinead McLaughlin, SDLP 3359.63 (+2)

Brian Tierney SDLP 3333.6 (+1.02)

Sean Harkin, PBP 2754.71 (+4)

Rachel Ferguson, Alliance, 2351.27 (+5.17)

Emmet Doyle, Aontu 2050.5 (+1)

Dr. Ann McCloskey, Indiana 877.08 (+7)

Collie McLaughlin, IRSP 786.1 (+0)

Fourth round of elections to the Foyle Assembly

Unionist Traditional Voice nominee Elizabeth Neely was eliminated and her surplus 501.4 votes are distributed.

It is likely that they will benefit other union candidates Gary Middleton (DUP) and Ryan McCready (UUP), but they are unlikely to change the way voting is done.

The distribution was as follows:

Ciara Ferguson, Sinn Féin 7,257.7 (+9.57)

Gary Middleton, DUP 4109 (+0.83)

Ryan McCready, UUP 3754.1 (+1.89)

Sinead McLaughlin, SDLP 3357.6 (+88.57)

Brian Tierney SDLP 3332.6 (+25.86)

Sean Harkin, PBP 2750.7 (+8.8)

Rachel Ferguson, Alliance, 2346.1 (+13.04)

Emmet Doyle, Aontu 2049.5 (+4.51)

Dr. Ann McCloskey, Indiana 870.1 (+1.24)

Collie McLaughlin, IRSP 786.1 (+1.61)

Elizabeth Neely, TUV 501.4 (+2.06)

breakdown of vote share on party in elections in Foyle show bows down for and Sinn Féin, and SDLP, and sharp falls for Comparison of DUP and People Before Profit with their respective performances in 2017.

UUP made significant benefits in Foyle.

Alliance also made Earth. So did Aontu as new party.

Sinn Féin received the largest percentage vote share in Foyle by 32.8% (-3.8% compared to with 2017), 1.96 quotas.

SDLP received 30.8% (-1%), 1.8 quotas.

DUP won 8.7% (-4.7%), 0.5 quota.

UUP won 7.9% (+4.2%), 0.4 quotas.

People Before Profit received 5.5% (-5.2%), 0.3 quotas; Alliance won 4.7% (+2.8%), 0.28 quotas; and Aontu 4.2 percent (+4.2 percent), quota 0.25.

Third round of elections to the Foyle Assembly

Little progress was made after distribution of transfers from Greens candidate Gillian Hamilton – 219.43 votes.

The distribution was as follows:

Ciara Ferguson, Sinn Féin 7,248.13 (+11.51)

Gary Middleton, DUP 4108.17 (+7)

Ryan McCready, UUP 3752.21 (+6)

Brian Tierney SDLP 3306.74 (+14.17)

Sinead McLaughlin, SDLP 3269.03 (+19.34)

Sean Harkin, PBP 2741.19 (+69.02)

Rachel Ferguson, Alliance, 2333.06 (+59.24)

Emmet Doyle, Aontu 2044.99 (+3)

Dr. Ann McCloskey, Indiana 868.86 (+5)

Collie McLaughlin, IRSP 784.49 (+2)

Elizabeth Neely, TUV 499.34 (+2)

Excess Mark Durkan of Now 188 pieces are being distributed. They won’t be enough to see any candidate elected in next scene.

Second round of elections to the Foyle Assembly

After distribution of An excess of Padraig Delarga by his partner Ciara Ferguson moving much closer to the quota.

The distribution was as follows:

Ciara Ferguson, Sinn Féin 7 236 (+1 323)

Gary Middleton DUP 4101.17 (+0.17)

Ryan McCready, UUP 3746.21 (+2.21)

Brian Tierney SDLP 3292.57 (+20.57)

Sinead McLaughlin, SDLP 3249.69 (+60.69)

Sean Harkin, PBP 2672.17 (+51.17)

Rachel Ferguson, Alliance, 2273.72 (+53.72)

Emmet Doyle, Aontu 2041 (+41)

Dr. Ann McCloskey, Indiana 863.86 (+9.86)

Collie McLaughlin, IRSP 782.49 (+16.49)

Elizabeth Neely, TUV 499.34 (+0.34)

Gillian Hamilton, Greens 219.42 (+4.42)

Not one was elected although Ciara Ferguson is now just 575 off quota.

Greens candidate Gillian Hamilton was eliminated after Stage 2.

First round of elections to the Foyle Assembly

Mr. Delargy exceeded the quota by 1,660 people. with a total first preference survey of 9471.

SDLP candidate Mark H. Durkan also recruited over quota with 7999 votes.

Sinn Féin second candidate Ciara Ferguson received 5913 votes.

Two main trade union parties were closely linked after the spectacular performance Ryan McCready of UUP.

Mr McCready got 3744 votes behind DUP candidate Gary Middleton on 4101.

The other two SDLP candidates Brian Tierney (3272) and Sinead McLaughlin (3189) had little to share.

Sean Harkin of People Before Profit is unlikely in mix for 5th place so far on 2621 first preference votes.

The remaining candidates voted as follows: Rachel Ferguson (Alliance) – 2220; Emmet Doyle (Aontu) 2000; Dr. Ann McCloskey (independent) 854; Collie McLaughlin (IRSP) 766; Elizabeth Neely (TUV) 499; and Gillian Hamilton (green) – 215.

AT total 46,864 valid votes were cast. Quota set at 7811.

surplus votes of Now Padraig Delarghi will be distributed among the remaining candidates.

Number of sources suggested that Mr. Delargy would exceed the quota by a margin.

SDLP candidate Mark Durkan also said the poll is strong.

turn out down 3.36% in Foyle

Turnout down 3.36% in Foyle on in last Assembly elections.

From the right electorate of 77 343, and total of 47 674 votes were abandoned – 61.64%.

AT last assembly elections in In 2017, the eligible electorate was smaller (69,718) at 45,317. votes were abandoned – 65 percent.

From the right electorate of 77 343, and total of 47 674 votes were abandoned – 61.64%.

AT last assembly elections in In 2017, the eligible electorate was smaller (69,718) at 45,317. votes were abandoned – 65 percent.

Number of sources suggested that Mr. Delargy would exceed the quota by a margin.

SDLP candidate Mark Durkan also said the poll is strong.

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