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Election candidates for Middlesbrough confirmed

Council and democracy

Friday, 07 June 2024
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Candidate lists have been confirmed for Middlesbrough’s two General Election counts on Thursday, July 4.

By-elections in two Middlesbrough Council seats will take place on the same day.

Votes will be verified and counted at Middlesbrough Sports Village on Alan Peacock Way, Middlesbrough TS4 3AE.

Candidates in the parliamentary seats are as follows:

Middlesbrough & Thornaby East constituency

AMEEN, Mehmoona                             Workers Party of Britain

BAXTREM, Mark Alan                           Independent

FOTHERGILL, Kiran                              The Conservative Party

HARRIS, Matthew Gareth                     The Green Party

MCDONALD, Andy                                Labour Party

SEARGEANT, Patrick John Miles             Reform UK

WAQAS, Mo                                        Liberal Democrats

 

Middlesbrough South & East Cleveland constituency

CLARKE, Simon Richard                       The Conservative Party

JOY, Jemma                                        Liberal Democrats

LIDDLE, Rod                                       Social Democratic Party

MCLAUGHLIN, Rowan                          Green Party

MYER, Luke                                        Labour Party

 

Candidates in the Middlesbrough Council ward by-elections are as follows:

Acklam ward

BROWN, Mark                                      Liberal Democrats

HENMAN, Luke Robert                          Labour Party

NICHOLSON, Jules                               Independent

PHILLIPS, Eric Charles                          The Conservative Party

 

Central ward

HUSSAIN, Sajid                                   The Conservative Party

JONES, Ian                                          Liberal Democrats

YOUNG, Keith                                      Independent

YOUNG. Lewis                                      Labour Party