Timetable for selecting London Mayor candidate published

Readers of the week’s Liberal Democrat News will have seen the advert kicking off the party’s candidate selection for the Mayor of London. The planned timetable is:

June 17 Close of applications
July 3 Interviews and shortlisting
July 11 Deadline for appeals
July 11 Deadline for candidates to submit manifestos
July 12 Publication of shortlist
July 18 Postal ballot mailed out to members in London
July 25-29 Hustings meeting
August 10 Deadline for returning ballot papers
August 12 Count and declaration of result
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3 Comments

  • What a farce this has been.

    The mayoral candidate should have been the top of the list to drive the list vote up.
    The lower list candidates should also have been constituency candidates to get them out campaigning.

    And it should all have been completed over a year ago.

    The London Region review after the last election was a total disaster.

  • paul barker 29th May '11 - 1:34pm

    Can I appeal for some serious exciting candidates to step forward. If we have to have a candidate no-one has heard of can we at least have someone whos not white, male & middle aged ?

  • LondonLiberal 31st May '11 - 5:26pm

    whoever stands/is selected must put housing as their number 1 political priority. the age at which the average earner in london can afford a deposit for, and pay the mortgage of, an averagely-priced property in london is now 52. yes, 52 years old. People often say crime is their number 1 issue – but the reality is that it has been falling for years. house prices, by contrast, have been rising – even the recession only caused a slight fall in prices, which has now been erased by recent increases.

    Housing, housing housing. Can you hear me, Lembit/all the others?

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