The Liberal Party is proud to announce its list of candidates in this May’s regional and local elections.
Party President and city councillor Steve Radford will be contesting the mayoral election in Liverpool and well as standing for re-election in the Tuebrook and Stoneycroft ward.
The Liberal Party is standing 28 candidates across 27 wards in Liverpool include a by-election in Croxteth.
Deek Jackson is standing for election in the Glasgow Southside constituency of the Scottish Parliament.
In the Sefton constituency Angela Preston will be contesting the Blundellsands ward.
Byron Hadley is contesting the Bourton-on-the-Water and Northleach seat in the Cotswold division of Gloucester County Council.
In Cornwall Paul Holmes is seeking election in Four Lanes, Beacon & Troon and Paul Nicholson are contesting Ludgvan, Madron, Gulval & Heamoo within the unitary authority, whilst at a parish level 4 councillors have been re-elected with a further 5 gains all returned unopposed.
Within Lincolnshire County Council Charles Shaw is contesting the seat of Carholme and Jason Blackmore is contesting the seat of Washingborough having secured the parish seat on Bracebridge heath parish council uncontested.
John Edge is contesting the Hyde Godley Ward of the Tameside borough council.
Finally, Stephen Graham is contesting the Norcot Ward of Reading Borough council.
If you are fit and able, please reach out to support candidates where possible. They will all need help with delivery, canvassing, election day activities and ballot count scrutiny. If you are able to help contact details can be supplied by the NEC team for individual candidates.
Covid-19 restrictions do inhibit the election campaign, but it is important that after a delay of a year in the electoral cycle we are able to offer the electorate a liberal alternative at the ballot box.