Election candidates announced for Cambridge

News release from 6 April 2017, 3:31pm

On Thursday 4 May, elections take place across the city for the 12 Cambridge seats on Cambridgeshire County Council, as well as for the Mayor of the new Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority. There is also a Cambridge City Council by-election in the Arbury Ward on the same day.

Nominated candidates for the Cambridgeshire County Council elections are as follows.

* Denotes sitting councillor seeking re-election

Abbey

Surname

First Names

Party

Francis

Kevin Andre

The Conservative Party Candidate

Hone

Monica

Green Party

Shepard

Nicky

Liberal Democrat

Whitehead*

Joan Margaret

Labour Party

Arbury

Surname

First Names

Party

Collins

Henry Francis Abdy

The Conservative Party Candidate

Liszka

Cecilia Mary

Liberal Democrat

Ruzowitzky

Lucas Alexander

Green Party

Scutt*

Jocelynne Annette

Labour Party

Castle

Surname

First Names

Party

Bailey

Gareth Peter

Green Party

Hipkin*

John

Independent

Macnaghten

Edward Alexander

The Conservative Party Candidate

Richards

Claire

Labour Party

Sagar

Paul Richard

Liberal Democrat

Cherry Hinton

Surname        

First Names

Party

Crawford*

Sandra

Labour Party

Fries

Maximilian Werner

Green Party

Mathieson

James Robert Christopher

The Conservative Party Candidate

Oakes

John Louis

Liberal Democrat

Chesterton

Surname

First Names

Party

Burkinshaw

Peter

U.K. Independence Party (UKIP)

Green

Kelley

Labour Party

Lawrence

Stephen Roger

Green Party

MacDonald

Connor Gregory George

The Conservative Party Candidate

Manning*

Ian Geoffrey

Liberal Democrat

King's Hedges

Surname

First Names

Party

Corn

David Paul

U.K. Independence Party (UKIP)

Dalzell

Jamie

Liberal Democrat

Ditchfield

Angela Kalinzi

Green Party

Karimi

Anette

The Conservative Party Candidate

Meschini

Elisa

Labour Party

Market

Surname

First Names

Party

Caddick

Jeremy Lloyd

Green Party

Gay

Nick

Labour Party

Harrison

Nichola

Liberal Democrat

Mitson

Henry James

The Conservative Party Candidate

Newnham

Surname

First Names

Party

Carrington

Julius Anthony

The Conservative Party Candidate

Dale

Joe

Labour Party

Nethsingha*

Lucy Kathleen

Liberal Democrat

Slade

Mark

Green Party

Petersfield

Surname

First Names

Party

Bates

Emma Lydia

Liberal Democrat

Ierubino

Virgil Au Wenhan

Green Party

Jones

Linda

Labour Party

Yeatman

Linda

The Conservative Party Candidate

Queen Edith's

Surname

First Names

Party

Chalfen

Joel

Green Party

Deb

Manas

The Conservative Party Candidate

Pounds

Adam Francis

Labour Party

Taylor*

Amanda Joan

Liberal Democrat

Romsey

Surname

First Names

Party

Cooper

Simon Mark

Liberal Democrat

Kavanagh*

Noel

Labour Party

Lee

Simon

The Conservative Party Candidate

Patterson

Caitlin

Green Party

Trumpington

Surname

First Names

Party

Adey

Donald Marshall

Liberal Democrat

Galloway

Ceri Barbara

Green Party

Meftah

Shapour

The Conservative Party Candidate

Thornburrow

Katie

Labour Party

Candidates for the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough mayoral elections are as follows:

Surname

First Names

Party

Bullen

Paul

UK Independence Party (UKIP)

Cantrill

Rod

Liberal Democrat

Dawe

Peter John

Independent

Goldspink

Stephen Kenneth Savill

English Democrats - 'Putting England First!'

Howell

Julie Lisa May

Green Party

Palmer

James Philip

The Conservative Party Candidate

Price

Kevin Andrew

Labour Party

Candidates for the Cambridge City Council by-election in Arbury ward are as follows:

Surname

First Names

Party

Collins

Henry Francis Abdy

The Conservative Party Candidate

Sheil

Patrick

Labour Party

Ward

Tim

Liberal Democrat

Antoinette Jackson, (deputy) returning officer for the elections said: "Local councillors and the new mayor will be elected to make important decisions about the area you live in and how your taxes are spent, so I’d encourage everyone who can vote to do so.

"If you have moved house recently, are a student wishing to vote here in Cambridge, or know you are not yet registered, you can register by 13 April to give yourself the chance to vote on 4 May in the elections."

  • People wishing to vote who are not already registered, should do so by 11.59pm on Thursday 13 April
  • If you know that you are not registered to vote or have moved house recently you can register by visiting www.gov.uk/register-to-vote.
  • You can apply to vote by post before 5pm on Tuesday 18 April by visiting www.aboutmyvote.co.uk
  • You can apply to vote by proxy before 5pm on Tuesday 25 April by visiting www.aboutmyvote.co.uk