Forthcoming PPC selections

Fancy standing for Parliament? Here are the selections coming up in the next month, courtesy of the LibDems4Parliament website:

Bournemouth East – PPC (1st Aug 2009 – 28th Aug 2009).

Stourbridge – PPC (1st Aug 2009 – 14th Aug 2009).

Mid Norfolk & South West Norfolk – PPC (1st Aug 2009 – 23rd Sep 2009).

Mid-Bedfordshire – PPC (1st Aug 2009 – 8th Aug 2009).

Hertford & Stortford – PPC (Re-advertisement) (1st Aug 2009 – 8th Aug 2009).

Harrow East – PPC (1st Aug 2009 – 14th Aug 2009).

Basingstoke – PPC (1st Aug 2009 – 27th Aug 2009).

Hertsmere – PPC (7th Aug 2009 – 5th Sep 2009).

Edinburgh West – PPC (7th Aug 2009 – 28th Aug 2009).

Horsham – PPC (7th Aug 2009 – 28th Aug 2009).

Surrey Heath – PPC (7th Sep 2009 – 3rd Sep 2009).

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