Falmouth and Camborne 1997-2005

1997

Atherton Labour 18,151 33.8%
Coe Conservative 15,463 28.8%
Jones Liberal Democrat 13,512 25.2%
de Savary Referendum 3,534 6.6%
Geach Independent Labour 1,691 3.2%
Holmes Liberal 527 1.0%
Smith Ukip 355 0.7%
Lewarne Mebyon Kernow 238 0.4%
Glitter Loony 161 0.3%
turnout 75.1%

2001

Atherton Labour 18,532 39.6%
Serpell Conservative 14,005 29.9%
Brazil Liberal Democrat 11,453 24.5%
Browne Ukip 1,328 2.8%
Wasley Mebyon Kernow 853 1.8%
Holmes Liberal 649 1.4%
turnout 64.3%

2005

Goldsworthy Liberal Democrat 16,747 34.9%
Atherton Labour 14,861 31.0%
Crossley Conservative 12,644 26.3%
Mahon Ukip 1,820 3.8%
Mudd Independent 961 2.0%
Holmes Liberal 423 0.9%
Wasley Mebyon Kernow 370 0.8%
Gifford Veritas 128 0.3%
Smith Removal of Tetramasts in Cornwall 61 0.1%
turnout 67.2%

In the major boundary changes of 2010 the northern and western parts of Falmouth-Camborne became part of the Camborne and Redruth constituency.

Famouth and Penryn became part of the new Truro and Falmouth constituency.

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