ALDC management committee – election results

Here are the results of the election of the Association of Liberal Democrat Councillors (ALDC) Management Committee for 2016-2018:

OFFICERS

President
Baroness Cllr Kath Pinnock (Kirklees)

Chair
Mayor Dave Hodgson (Bedford)

Vice-Chair (2)
Cllr Anood Al-Samerai (Southwark)
Cllr Steven Lambert (Buckinghamshire and Aylesbury Vale)

Secretary
Cllr Sarah Boad (Warwickshire)

Treasurer
Veronica German (Torfaen)

ORDINARY MEMBERS

English Representative
Cllr Gerald Vernon Jackson (Portsmouth)

Scottish Representative
Cllr Willie Wilson (Perth and Kinross)

Welsh Representative
Paul Halliday (Newport)

Members (10)
Cllr Manuel Abellan (Sutton)
Victor Chamberlain (Southwark)
Cllr Paul Clark (North Hertfordshire)
Cllr Alan Connett (Devon and Teignbridge)
Becky Forrest (Bolton)
Cllr Claire Hudson (Mendip)
Cllr Heather Kidd (Shropshire)
James Moore (Reading)
Cllr Jeanette Sunderland (Bradford)
Cllr Chris White (Hertfordshire and St. Albans)

A ballot of members was held for English Representative and Ordinary Member the full results of which are here.

The Committee takes office at the start of the next Management Committee meeting on 27 November 2016 for two years.

* ALDC is the Association of Liberal Democrat Councillors and Campaigners

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