Local Election 2018: Candidates: Bournville and Cotteridge Ward

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RESULTS: Two seats – Liz Clements and Fred Grindrod – Labour

Clements Liz Labour Party 2809
Douglas Osborn Peter Ernest Conservative Party Candidate 1899
Grindrod Fred  Labour Party 2505
Hammond Claire Marie Green Party 371
Masters Anna Green Party 410
Radcliffe David Stephen Liberal Democrat 284
Sealey Rob Conservative Party Candidate 2065
Stimpson Timothy Matthew Liberal Democrat 194
Walder Clive Richard Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition 41
Rejected Ballot Papers 11

Candidates for Bournville and Cotteridge Ward

TWO candidates to be elected in the local government election 3rd May 2018

If candidates have submitted ‘500 Words’ you can access it by clicking on their name.

Liz Clements – Labour Party 500 Words
Peter Ernest Douglas Osborn – Conservative Party 500 Words
Fred Grindrod – Labour Party 500 Words
• Claire Marie Hammond – Green Party
• Anna Masters – Green Party
• David Stephen Radcliffe – Liberal Democrat
• Rob Sealey – Conservative Party
• Timothy Matthew Stimpson – Liberal Democrat
• Clive Richard Walder – Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition

Meet the candidates 2018

Because Birmingham’s ward structure has changed, any existing councillors and previous candidates that are standing in this election may now be putting themselves forward to serve a slightly different area.

To check what ward you are now in, visit the council’s Elections web page and enter your postcode in the box at the top of the page.

If you live in South West Birmingham, click on your ward below to find your candidates. As usual, we will be asking each candidate if they wish to send in ‘500 Words’ about themselves and why they deserve your vote. These will be linked in to the candidate lists as they come in.


See Also:

Local Election News Local Election Candidates Local Election 500 Words Local Election Results

 

 

 

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