Candidates standing in Federal Elections and for the Peers Panel

Below we publish an official list, received (with thanks) from the Returning Officer, of the candidates standing in federal elections, and to the peers panel, this year.

We have had to disable the ability to comment on this blog post, due to the election rule that “Candidates or their supporters must not use e-mail, e-groups, cix conferencing or websites during these elections to promote their candidacy”. At a later stage we will question the effectiveness of this rule, but for now we must accept that the rule is binding for this election.

Federal Executive 

Candy Piercy
David Bourne
David Rendel
David Williams
Duncan Greenland
Edward Lord
Elizabeth Johnson
Emma Sanderson-Nash
Erlend Watson
Fiyaz Mughal
Gemma Roulston
Gerald Vernon-Jackson
James Gurling
Jonathan Davies
Marie Louise Rossi
Mike Simpson
Mike Trevelan
Pash Nandhra
Peter Dunphy
Phil Hutty
Qassim Afzal
Ramesh Dewan
Richard Clein
Robin Teverson
Rosalyn Harper
Ruth Skinner
Stan Collins
Stephen Lloyd
Tessa Munt
Terry Woolley

Federal Policy Committee

Shaun Carr
Theo Butt Philip
Jeremy Hargreaves
Graham Bishop
Sal Brinton
Neil Stockley
Jonathan Marks
Judith Jolly
James Graham
David Boyle
Julie Smith
Chris Gurney
Susan Juned
Andrew Duffield
Linda Jack
Alex Wilcock
Jo Hayes
Phil Bennion
Robert Adamson
Terry Woolley
David Hall-Matthews

Federal Conference Committee

Jenny Pinkett
Duncan Brack
Sue Garden
Dee Doocey
Geoff Payne
Karen Freel
Catherine Bearder
Justine McGuinness
Jeremy Ambache
Jeremy Hargreaves
Rob Blackie
Chris Maines
Elizabeth Wilson
Sal Brinton
Anders Hanson
Roger Stephens
John Commons
Jane Smithard
James Gurling
Gareth Epps
Gemma Roulston
Jill Hope
Ruth Polling
Arnie Gibbons
Andrew Wiseman
Qassim Afzal
Jon Ball
Alan Window
Simon Hanson
Robert Adamson
Terry Woolley

International Relations Committee

Marie Louise Rossi
Robert Woodthorpe Browne
Fiyaz Mughal
Brian Mathew
Karen Freel
Chris Le Breton
Alan Siao Ming Witherick
John Pindar
Jonathan Fryer
Nahid Boethe
Linda Jack
Edward Vickers
Terry Woolley
David Hall-Matthews

European Liberal Democrat and Reform Congress

Robert Blezzard
Robert Woodthorpe Browne
Peter Price
David Bellotti
Karen Freel
Colin Ross
Chris Le Breton
Alan Siao Ming Witherick
Chris Foote Wood
Jonathan Fryer
Justine McGuinness
Julie Smith
Nahid Boethe
Catherine Bearder
Phil Bennion
Terry Woolley

Interim Peers Panel 2006

Rabi Martins
David Buxton
Zulfiqar Ali
Peter Maughan
David Simpson
Paul Clark
Stuart Mole
Christina Baron
Sue Garden
Sandra Lawman
Meral Ece
Dee Doocey
Marie Louise Rossi
Kate Parminter
Reg Clark
Philip Goldenberg
David Griffiths
Robert Woodthorpe Browne
John Howson
David Walter
Paul Marshall
Steve Hitchins
Meurig Williams
Terry Woolley
Olly Grender
Elizabeth Wilson
Christina Jebb
Ann Morrison
Philip Bennion
Chris Foote Wood
Alan Siao Ming Witherick
Stan Collins
Karam Hussein
John Fox
Elizabeth Jewkes
Farooq Qureshi
Terry James
Joyce Arram
Nahid Boethe
Pash Nandhra
Gerald Vernon-Jackson
Michael Steed
Ian Cuthbertson
Graham Bishop
Jon Ball
Alan Window
Luke Croydon
Kathy Pollard

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