Ulster forum election results
Saturday 01 June 1996
Elected: Mary Steele, UUP; Thomas Robinson, UUP; Jack McKee, DUP; May Beattie, DUP; Sean Neeson, Alliance.
UUP 10,036 (30.09%); DUP 9,557 (28.66%); Alliance 3,957 (11.86%)
Electorate 57,989; Turnout 33,351 (57.51%)
Elected: Ian Paisley and Ian Paisley Jnr (both DUP); Robert Coulter, UUP; Joseph Gaston, UUP; Sean Farren, SDLP.
DUP 16,448 (36.97%); UUP 11,195 (25.16%); SDLP 7,185 (16.15%)
Electorate 71,799; Turnout 44,489 (61.96%)
Elected: Peter King, UUP; John Hunter, UUP; Samuel Clyde, DUP; Trevor Kirkland, DUP; Donovan McClelland, SDLP.
UUP 12,001 (30.16%); DUP 9,549 (23.99%); SDLP 6,025 (15.14%)
Electorate 68,898; Turnout 39,797 (57.76%)
Elected: Peter Robinson, DUP; Samuel Wilson, DUP; Reg Empey, UUP; Jim Rogers, UUP; John Alderdice, Alliance.
DUP 11,270 (29.40%); UUP 8,608 (22.45%); Alliance 7,130 (18.60%)
Electorate 62,161; Turnout 38,339 (61.68%)
Elected: Nigel Dodds, DUP; William Snoddy DUP; David Browne, UUP; Gerry Kelly, SF; Alban Maginness, SDLP.
DUP 7,778 (19.24%); SF 7,681 (19.00%); SDLP 7,493 (18.54%); UUP 6,938 (17.16%); PUP 3,777 (9.34%) Electorate 65,411; Turnout 40,423 (61.80%)
Elected: Robert Stoker, UUP; James Clarke, UUP; Alasdair McDonnell, SDLP; Steve McBride, Alliance; Joan Parkes, DUP.
UUP 8,617 (22.79%); SDLP 7,956 (21.04%); DUP 5,818 (15.39%)
Electorate 63,890; Turnout 37,808 (59.18%)
Elected: Gerry Adams, SF; Anne (Dodie) McGuinness, SF; Alex Maskey, SF; Annie Armstrong, SF; Dr Joe Hendron, SDLP.
SF 22,355 (53.41%); SDLP 11,087 (26.49%)
Electorate 61,344; Turnout 41,853 (68.23%)
Elected: Robert McCartney, UKU; Peter James Weir, UUP; Robert McFarland, UUP; St Clair Clarke McAlister, DUP; Sir Oliver Napier, Alliance.
UUP 9,270 (25.58%); (UKU) 7,579 (20.91%) ; DUP 6,699 (18.48%)
Electorate 62,810; Turnout 36,245 (57.71%)
Elected: Edward McGrady, SDLP; Hugh Carr, SDLP; Margaret Ritchie, SDLP; Michael Murphy, SF; Dermot Nesbitt, UUP.
SDLP 20,220 (43.25%); UUP 10,379 (22.20%); SF 6,142 (13.14%)
Electorate 69,035; Turnout 46,748 (67.72%)
FERMANAGH & SOUTH TYRONE
Elected: Ken Maginnis, UUP; Sam Foster, UUP; Maurice Morrow, DUP; Gerry McHugh, SF; Tommy Gallagher, SDLP.
UUP 15,542 (32.28%); Sinn Fein SF 11,666 (24.23%); SDLP 10,399 (21.60%); DUP 6,589 (13.69%).
Electorate 63,716; Turnout 48,141 (75.56%)
Elected: John Hume, SDLP; Mark Durkan, SDLP; John Tierney, SDLP; Martin McGuinness, SF; Mitchel McLaughlin, SF.
SDLP 19,997 (44.26%); SF 11,618 (25.71%).
Electorate 66,598; Turnout 45,184 (67.85%)
Elected: Jeffrey Donaldson, UUP; Robert Campbell, UUP; Ivan Davis, UUP; Cecil Calvert, DUP; Edwin Poots, DUP.
UUP 16,367 (37.66%); DUP 9,592 (22.07%)
Electorate 70,045; Turnout 43,455 (62.04%)
Elected: David Brewster, UUP; Robert White, UUP; Robert Bolton, DUP; Robert Stewart, DUP; Arthur Doherty, SDLP.
UUP 11,386 (30.94%); DUP 8,768 (23.83%); SDLP 7,451 (20.25%)
Electorate 58,471; Turnout 36,797 (62.93%)
NEWRY & ARMAGH
Elected: Seamus Mallon, SDLP; Frank Feeley, SDLP; Patrick McNamee, SF; James Speers, UUP; Maria Caraher, SF.
SDLP 16,775 (34.11%); SF 12,585 (25.59%); UUP 11,047 (22.46%)
Electorate 69,887; Turnout 49,182 (70.37%)
Elected: John Taylor, UUP; Thomas Benson, UUP; Iris Robinson, DUP; Richard Shannon, DUP; Kieran McCarthy, Alliance.
UUP 12,547 (31.31%); DUP 11,584 (28.91%); Alliance 4,614 (11.51%)
Electorate 69,093; Turnout 40,070 (57.99%)
Elected: Joseph Byrne, SDLP; Paddy McGowan, SDLP; Barry McElduff, SF; Oliver Gibson, DUP; Derek Hussey, UUP.
SDLP 11,622 (28.39%); SF 11,516 (28.13%); UUP 7,327 (17.90%); DUP 6,727 (16.43%).
Electorate 57,348; Turnout 40,935 (71.38%)
Elected: David Trimble, UUP; Samuel Gardiner, UUP; William Carrick, DUP; Michelle O'Connor, SF; Brid Rodgers, SDLP.
UUP 16,592 (36.28%); SDLP 9,846 (21.53%); DUP 7,134 (15.60%); SF 5,620 (12.29%)
Electorate 69,928; Turnout 45,732 (65.40%)
Elected: William McCrea, DUP; Francie Molloy, SF; Patrick Groogan, SF; Patrick McGlone, SDLP; John Junkin, UUP.
SF 13,001 (29.65%); SDLP 12,492 (28.49%); UUP 7,935 (18.10%); DUP 7,243 (16.52%).
Electorate 57,683; Turnout 43,842 (76.01%)
Key to the parties
UUP,Ulster Unionist Party
Alliance, Alliance Party
SDLP, Social Democratic and Labour Party
SF, Sinn Fein
DUP, Democratic Unionist Party
PUP, Progressive Unionist Party
UDP, Ulster Democratic Party
UKU, United Kingdom Unionist
WP, Workers' Party
NI Women, Northern Ireland
UCDP, Ulster Christian Democrat Party
UIM, Ulster Independence
Green, Green Party
Dem Left, Democratic Left
Dem Part, Democratic
NLP, Natural Law Party
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