North East Scotland (Scottish Parliament Electoral Region)

North East Scotland is one of the eight electoral regions of the Scottish Parliament which were created in 1999. Nine of the parliament's 73 first past the post constituencies are sub-divisions of the region and it elects seven of the 56 additional-member Members of the Scottish Parliament (MSPs). Thus it elects a total of 16 MSPs.

The North East Scotland region shares boundaries with the Mid Scotland and Fife and Highlands and Islands regions.

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North East Scotland (Scottish Parliament Electoral Region) - Election Results - 1999 Scottish Parliament Election - Additional Member Results
... Scottish Parliament election, 1999 North East Scotland Party Elected candidates Seats +/− Votes % +/−% SNP Brian Adam Richard Lochhead Shona Robison Irene McGugan 4 N/A 93,329 32.3% N/A Labour 0 N/A 72,666 25.5% N/A Conservative David Davidson Ben Wallace Alex Johnstone 3 N/A 52,149 18.3% N/A Liberal Democrats 0 N/A 49,843 17.5% N/A Green 0 N/A 8,067 2.8% N/A Socialist Labour 0 N/A 3,557 1.2% N/A Scottish Socialist 0 N/A 3,016 1.1% N/A Independent 0 N/A 2,303 0.8% N/A Independent 0 N/A 770 0.3% N/A Natural Law 0 N/A 746 0.3% N/A. ...

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