Nominations for leader open tomorrow at 9am!

Tomorrow morning at 9am, members will be able to begin nominating candidates for leader.

Members will also get an email with a confirmation of how they’ll receive their ballot (or if you need to renew).

The emails are going out over the course of the day and if you haven’t had one by 9am on the 25th June, please email [email protected] and we can take a look and make sure you don’t miss out.

To nominate a candidate, you’ll need to go to www.libdems.org.uk/nominate

You can only nominate one candidate to be leader and we’ll be posting how many nominations each candidate has gained here: www.libdems.org.uk/leadership at the end of each day once we’ve competed validating the nominations.

You can also find all of the latest information on the leadership election, including the hustings dates that have been announced so far here: www.libdems.org.uk/leadership

Lastly, if you’d like to discuss the leadership election, please come and join the Internal Elections Discussion Group: www.facebook.com/groups/LibDemElections

Happy nominating!

Here is a graphic of the main timings for our leadership election:

* Mike Dixon is Chief Executive of the Liberal Democrats

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One Comment

  • I’m concerned this is going ahead when a formal complaint to the Federal Appeals Panel about the way the RO interpreted the rules at the last all-member elections has still not been considered. At that election the RO disqualified validly cast votes. Whatever the reasons that is an extraordinary power to take on and one which is neither explict nor implied in the election rules.

    The orginal complaint was made during the Presidential elections and the last update was that it was ‘passed to the RO and Chief Exec for their responses on Feb 28th.

    Obviously Covid has interfered with this, and I totally accepted that this would interrupt how this was dealt with. But the party has decided on some ‘return to normality’ by having a leadership election and at least one complaint to the Federal Appeals Panel has been considered whilst Covid lockdown was in place.

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