Local election candidates announced for Cambridge

News release from 10/04/2018

ON THURSDAY 3 May, elections take place across the city for 15 of the 42 seats on Cambridge City Council.

Nominated candidates for the Cambridge City Council elections are as follows.

* Denotes sitting councillor seeking re-election

Abbey

Surname

First   Names

Party

BENNETT

Naomi Anne

Green

MASSEY

Nicky

Labour

SHEPARD

Nicky

Liberal   Democrat

SMITH

David   Philip

Conservative

 

Arbury

Surname

First   Names

Party

COLL-REED

Dylan

Conservative

LAWRENCE

Stephen   Roger

Green

SHEIL*

Patrick

Labour

WARD

Tim

Liberal   Democrat

 

Castle

Surname

First   Names

Party

COLE

Othman   Bankole

Conservative

PAYNE

Cheney-Anne

Liberal   Democrat

POWLESLAND

Aidan   Christopher Ulrich

Libertarian

READER

Mark

Labour

RUZOWITZKY

Lucas

Green

 

Cherry Hinton

Surname

First   Names

Party

BARRETT-PAYTON

Eric   William

Conservative

McPHERSON*

Russ

Labour

OAKES

John Louis

Liberal   Democrat

RICHENS

Jenny

Green

 


Coleridge

Surname

First   Names

Party

DOUGLAS

Donald   Fisher

Conservative

HERBERT*

Lewis

Labour

NICMANIS

Sarah   Louise

Green

TATE

Lindsey   Noah

Liberal   Democrat

 

East Chesterton

Surname

First   Names

Party

BAILEY

Gareth   Peter

Green

BURKINSHAW

Peter

UKIP

COSKUN

Timur

Conservative

DUNN

Owen   Stewart

Liberal   Democrat

HARWOOD

Thomas   Hedley Fairfax

Conservative

McQUEEN

Carla   Louise

Labour

RAHMAN

Shahida

Liberal   Democrat

VARKEY

Baijumon   Thittalayil

Labour

 

King’s Hedges

Surname

First   Names

Party

DITCHFIELD

Angela

Green

GIBNEY

Daniele   Josephine

Liberal   Democrat

KARIMI

Anette

Conservative

SMART*

Martin

Labour

 

Market

Surname

First   Names

Party

CADDICK

Jeremy   Lloyd

Green

MARTINELLI

Anthony   William

Liberal   Democrat

MITSON

Henry James

Conservative

RATCLIFFE*

Dan

Labour

 

Newnham

Surname

First   Names

Party

CANTRILL*

Rod

Liberal   Democrat

DAVEY

Michael

Labour

MacDONALD

Connor   Gregory George

Conservative

SLADE

Mark

Green

 


Petersfield

Surname

First   Names

Party

BROWN

Sarah   Elizabeth

Liberal   Democrat

IERUBINO

Virgil Au   Wenhan

Green Party

LEE

Simon

Conservative

SINNOTT*

Ann Marie

Labour



Queen Edith’s

Surname

First   Names

Party

CHALFEN

Joel

Green

DEB

Manas

Conservative

GREEF

Dan

Labour

McGERTY

Colin   Stephen

Liberal   Democrat

 

Romsey

Surname

First   Names

Party

BAIGENT*

Dave

Labour

BLANCHARD   LEWIS

Joshua Guy

Liberal   Democrat

KEEGAN

Martin

Conservative

PATTERSON

Caitlin   Ruth

Green

 

Trumpington

Surname

First   Names

Party

GALLOWAY

Ceri   Barbara

Green

HILKEN

Dan

Liberal   Democrat

SALWAY

Philip   James

Conservative

THORNBURROW

Katie

Labour

 

West Chesterton

Surname

First   Names

Party

DALZELL

Jamie

Liberal   Democrat

HARTFORD

Michael   John

Conservative

KING

Clare   Frances

Labour

MITCHELL

Shayne Mary

Green

 
Antoinette Jackson, Chief Executive of Cambridge City Council and Returning Officer for the local elections said: “Please remember that if you are not registered to vote you will need to do so by 17 April if you want to have your say in the city council elections. Registering to vote is very straightforward and will allow you to vote for a candidate to represent you on the city council.”

Residents are reminded that deadlines for voting are as follows:

  • To vote in the forthcoming elections residents should be registered to vote by 11.59pm on Tuesday 17 April.
  • Residents already on the electoral register do not need to take any action and will automatically receive a poll card by 10 April.
  • People can register by visiting www.gov.uk/register-to-vote and will need their National Insurance number to hand in order to register. 
  • Residents can apply to vote by post before 5pm on Wednesday 18 April  by visiting www.yourvotematters.co.uk
  • Residents can apply to vote by proxy before 5pm on Wednesday 25 April by visiting www.yourvotematters.co.uk

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