Election timetable: this week’s deadlines

The deadlines coming up this week are:

  • Proclamation of dissolution / issue of general election writ: Monday 12 April
  • Statement of persons nominated for local government election: Noon on Monday 12 April
  • Receipt of general election writ: (Probable date) Tuesday 13 April
  • Publication of notice of general election: (Probable date)  Tuesday 13 April
  • Deadline for withdrawal of nominations for local government election: Noon on Tuesday 13 April
  • Deadline for appointment of election agents for local government election: Noon on Tuesday 13 April
  • General election nominations begin: (Probable date) 10am on Wednesday 14 April (date will be day after publication of notice of election)
  • ITV TV debate between party leaders: 8:30 pm on Thursday 15 April

For a full timetable see General election and local election timetable, 2010.

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