In 2009, the Conservatives took control of Devon County Council from the Liberal Democrats for the first time since 1989. The Liberal Democrat administration had led the County Council for the previous four years. Prior to that, from 2001 – 2005, no party achieved a majority and the council agreed a power sharing arrangement with the first ever all-party administration in the County Council’s 120-year history.
Past results are given here as background information, although boundary changes and an increase in the overall number of seats from 54 to 62 in 2005 and also from 62 down to 60 in 2017 prevent like for like comparisons.
More election results
- County Council election results 2005
- County Council election results 2001 Summary
- County Council election results 2001 – Full
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