April 07, 2005

General Election Candidates

Writing about web page http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk_politics/vote_2005/constituencies/default.stm

Here's a current list of people standing in the General Election in the general vicinity of the university. For updates or details of other constituencies, click on the link above.

Coventry South (campus on the eastern side of Gibbet Hill Road, Earlsdon, Tile Hill, etc.):

Jim Cunningham, Labour*
Vincent McKee, Liberal Democrat
Heather Wheeler, Conservative

Rugby and Kenilworth (fairly self-evident):

Richard Allanach, Liberal Democrat
Andy King, Labour*
Jeremy Wright, Conservative

Warwick and Leamington (Leam. and the Cryfield side of Gibbet Hill Road):

Ian Davison, Green
Linda Forbes, Liberal Democrat
James Plaskitt, Labour*
Chris White, Conservative

Incumbents are marked with a '*' and further candidates may emerge between now and April 19.

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  1. Socialist Party candidates are standing in Coventry too, with quite decent support. Candidate for Coventry South (bits of campus and Earlsdon) is Rob Windsor.

    12 Apr 2005, 18:15

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