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Elections took place for Fermanagh and Omagh District Council on 2 May 2019, part of that year's local elections. 40 Councillors were elected via STV. Sinn Féin emerged as the largest party with Fifteen seats, six ahead of the Ulster Unionist Party and six seats away from overall control. The Alliance Party and Cross-Community Labour Alternative both gained representation onto the council for the first time.

Results by party



Results by Electoral Area



Summary

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|- class="unsortable" align="center" !colspan=2 bgcolor="" | Sinn Féin !colspan=2 bgcolor="" | UUP !colspan=2 bgcolor="" | DUP !colspan=2 bgcolor=""| SDLP !colspan=2 bgcolor="" | Alliance !colspan=2 bgcolor="white"| Others |- |align="left"|Enniskillen |style="background:#DDEEEC;"|23.6 |style="background:#DDEEEC;"|1 |19.4 |2 |20.8 |1 |13.2 |1 |4.3 |0 |18.7 |1 |6 |- |align="left"|Erne East |style="background:#DDEEEC;"|38.1 |style="background:#DDEEEC;"|2 |16.0 |1 |16.3 |1 |9.9 |1 |0.0 |0 |19.7 |1 |6 |- |align="left"|Erne North |style="background:#DDEEEC;"|26.6 |style="background:#DDEEEC;"|1 |26.5 |2 |20.4 |1 |13.3 |1 |6.0 |0 |7.1 |0 |5 |- |align="left"|Erne West |style="background:#DDEEEC;"|43.6 |style="background:#DDEEEC;"|2 |18.1 |1 |7.4 |0 |8.3 |1 |0.0 |0 |22.6 |1 |5 |- |align="left"|Mid Tyrone |style="background:#DDEEEC;"|48.4 |style="background:#DDEEEC;"|4 |12.1 |1 |11.5 |0 |7.4 |0 |3.8 |0 |16.8 |1 |6 |- |align="left"|Omagh |style="background:#DDEEEC;"|31.4 |style="background:#DDEEEC;"|2 |9.9 |1 |15.2 |1 |8.1 |0 |9.7 |1 |25.7 |1 |6 |- |align="left"|West Tyrone |style="background:#DDEEEC;"|42.8 |style="background:#DDEEEC;"|3 |14.5 |1 |20.5 |1 |13.9 |1 |5.2 |0 |3.2 |0 |6 |- |- class="unsortable" class="sortbottom" style="background:#C9C9C9" |align="left"| Total |36.8 |15 |16.6 |9 |15.9 |5 |10.5 |5 |3.3 |1 |14.7 |5 |40 |-

Enniskillen

2014: 2 x UUP, 2 x Sinn Féin, 1 x DUP, 1 x SDLP
2019: 2 x UUP, 1 x Sinn Féin, 1 x DUP, 1 x SDLP, 1 x Cross-Community Labour Alternative
2014-2019 Change: Cross-Community Labour Alternative gain one seat from Sinn Féin

Erne East

2014: 3 x Sinn Féin, 1 x DUP, 1 x UUP, 1 x SDLP
2019: 2 x Sinn Féin, 1 x DUP, 1 x UUP, 1 x SDLP, 1 x Independent
2014-2019 Change: Independent gain one seat from Sinn Féin

Erne North

2014: 2 x UUP, 1 x DUP, 1 x Sinn Féin, 1 x SDLP
2019: 2 x UUP, 1 x DUP, 1 x Sinn Féin, 1 x SDLP
2014-2019 Change: No change

Erne West

2014: 2 x Sinn Féin, 1 x SDLP, 1 x UUP, 1 x Independent
2019: 2 x Sinn Féin, 1 x SDLP, 1 x UUP, 1 x Independent
2014-2019 Change: No change

Mid Tyrone

2014: 4 x Sinn Féin, 1 x UUP, 1 x SDLP
2019: 4 x Sinn Féin, 1 x UUP, 1 x Independent
2014-2019 Change: Independent gain one seat from SDLP

Omagh

2014: 2 x Sinn Féin, 2 x SDLP, 1 x DUP, 1 x UUP
2019: 2 x Sinn Féin, 1 x DUP, 1 x UUP, 1 x Alliance, 1 x Independent
2014-2019 Change: Alliance and Independent gain one seat each from SDLP

West Tyrone

2014: 3 x Sinn Féin, 1 x DUP, 1 x UUP, 1 x SDLP
2019: 3 x Sinn Féin, 1 x DUP, 1 x UUP, 1 x SDLP
2014-2019 Change: No change * ''Incumbent''

Changes during the term




† Co-options





‡ Changes in affiliation




– Suspensions

None ''Last updated 7 May 2020.'' ''Current composition: see Fermanagh and Omagh District Council''

References

{{United Kingdom local elections, 2019 |state=collapsed Category:21st century in County Fermanagh Category:21st century in County Tyrone Category:2014 Northern Ireland local elections Category:Elections in County Fermanagh Category:Elections in County Tyrone