Local Government Association Lib Dems announce election results

ALDC reports:

The Liberal Democrat Group in the Local Government Association has announced the results of its elections to group positions and the various LGA commissioners, boards and panels. Those elected are listed below with the results available here and the full breakdown of the results by stage available here.

Group Executive

Group Leader – Gerald Vernon-Jackson, Portsmouth (Elected unopposed)
Deputy Leader (Policy) – Chris White, Hertfordshire (Elected unopposed)
Deputy Leader (Political) – Dorothy Thornhill, Watford
Group Chair – Jill Shortland, Somerset (Elected unopposed)
Group Whip – Howard Sykes, Oldham (Elected unopposed)

See the full list of those elected at the ALDC website and read more about the LGA Liberal Democrat Group at LGA Liberal Democrats.

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One Comment

  • Keith Browning 23rd Aug '11 - 4:46pm

    The headline result looks like the Soviet elections of the 1960s or the Iranian elections of the 1990s.

    I presume these were ‘free and fair and democratic elections’ in the most liberal sort of way.

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