In the next month 21 seats will short-list their wannabe Lib Dem MPs

Lib Dems winning hereHere’s the full list of selection contests in the coming month available for Lib Dems on the approved parliamentary candidates’ list, together with the closing date for applications.

The following seats have selections in progress and are currently advertising for candidates:

    Hemel Hempstead, 8th December
    Hertford & Stortford, 8th December
    Bridgwater and West Somerset, 12th December
    Dunfermline and West Fife, 12th December
    East Hampshire, 12th December
    Weston-super-Mare, 12th December
    Chesham and Amersham, 15th December
    Luton North, 16th December
    Luton South, 16th December
    Hull East, 17th December
    East Devon, 18th December
    Ashford, 19th December
    Battersea, 19th December
    Brent North, 19th December
    Devizes, 19th December
    Putney, 19th December
    Tooting, 19th December
    Crawley, 20th December
    Horsham, 20th December
    Lincoln, 27th December
    Beaconsfield, 31st December

Further information, including Returning Officer contact details, can be found on the Lib Dem members’ website: http://www.libdems.org.uk/forms/user_sessions/new and then once you have logged in by following the links: Our Party > Selection Adverts – Latest News. Note you will need to register online and login in order to access the advert webpage.

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4 Comments

  • Have you covered/published the selections of Preston (Cllr Jo Barton), Wyre and Preston North (Cllr John Potter), or Chorley (Stephen Fenn)?

  • I notice that Putney is due to decide. Can I suggest that the resident of Putney who is Leader of the Liberal Democrats stands as the candidate in the constituency where he lives?
    If the strategy that he and his advisors forced on the party has anything in it this would make perfect sense.
    Remember that strategy where Clegg’s top advisors Astle and Reeves told left wing members and voters to clear off and support the Labour Party ?
    The theory was that millions of Soft Conservative voters who believe in the sort of thing that Jeremy Browne writes about would come flocking to support the New Centrist (ie right wing) Authentic Liberals.
    I am sure that there are a lot of “Soft Cons” living in that constituency of Putney and they will no doubt flock to support a candidate like Nick Clegg.

  • lloyd harris 8th Dec '14 - 1:23pm

    Update on Hemel Hempstead – the returning officer has agreed to extend the deadline to Friday 19th December.

  • Funny how there is endless fuss when someone mentions all-women shortlists but the rules are constantly being waived to allow all-male shortlists to go ahead.

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