Labour gained five seats in the 2015 Local Government Elections, taking overall control of Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council with 32 of the 56 seats in 26 wards.
The overall percentage turnout was 64.13% - the highest turnout was in the Hartburn ward with 75.93% while the Stockton Town Centre ward was the lowest with 48.47%.
The new political make-up of the Council is: Labour 32; Conservative 13; Ingleby Barwick Independent Society 5; Thornaby Independent Association 3; Independent 2 and Liberal Democrats 1.
In the Parliamentary elections Labour held the Stockton North seat and the Conservatives held the Stockton South seat.
A full round up of results from the Parliamentary, local and parish elections can be viewed on the Council's website www.stockton.gov.uk/elections