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Angus South (Scottish Parliament constituency)

Not to be confused with South Angus (UK parliament constituency).

Angus South is a constituency of the Scottish Parliament (Holyrood). It elects one Member of the Scottish Parliament (MSP) by the first past the post method of election. In addition, it is one of ten constituencies in the North East Scotland electoral region, which elects seven additional members, in addition to nine constituency MSPs, to produce a form of proportional representation for the region as a whole.

Electoral region

The other nine constituencies of the North East Scotland region are Aberdeen Central, Aberdeen Donside, Aberdeen South and North Kincardine, Aberdeenshire East, Aberdeenshire West, Angus North and Mearns, Banffshire and Buchan Coast, Dundee City East and Dundee City West.

The region covers all of the Aberdeen City council area, the Aberdeenshire council area, the Angus council area, the Dundee City council area and part of the Moray council area.

Constituency boundaries and council area

Angus is represented by two constituencies in the Scottish Parliament: Angus North and Mearns and Angus South.

The electoral wards used in the creation of Angus South are:

Member of the Scottish Parliament

Election Member Party
2011 Graeme Dey SNP

Election results

Scottish Parliament election, 2011: Angus South
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
SNP Graeme Dey 16,164 58.5 +11.4
Conservative Hughie Campbell Adamson 5,581 20.2 -7.3
Labour William Campbell 3,703 13.4 -1.8
Independent David Fairweather 1,321 4.8 +4.8
Liberal Democrats Clive Sneddon 874 3.2 -7.1
Majority 10,583 38.3 N/A
Turnout 27,643 49.9
SNP hold Swing 9.4
Scottish Parliament election, 2007 Notional Result: Angus South
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
SNP 14,398 47.1
Conservative 8,391 27.5
Labour 4,651 15.2
Liberal Democrats 3,122 10.2
Majority 6,007 19.7
SNP hold Swing
Scottish Parliament election, 2007: Angus
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
SNP Andrew Welsh 15,686 49.1 +4.6
Conservative Alex Johnstone 7,443 23.3 +1.3
Labour Doug Bradley 5,032 15.7 -0.7
Liberal Democrats Scott Rennie 3,799 11.9 -0.9
Majority 8,243 25.8
Turnout 31,960 53.0 +3.8
SNP hold Swing

See also


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