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Bushey candidates announced for upcoming local elections

 Published on: 14th April 2019   |   By: Alex Pearson   |   Category: Uncategorized

All candidates for Bushey were released earlier last month for the upcoming local elections. 

In total, 34 have put themselves forward for seats in their respected wards; Bushey Heath (six), Bushey North (10), Bushey Park (nine) and Bushey St James (nine).

Voters will go to the polls on May 2 where all 39 seats in Hertsmere are up for the taking, 11 of these are in Bushey.

The following candidates are up for contesting the seats in their respective wards:

In Bushey Heath, six candidates are up for election. Only two will be elected.

They are: David Bearfield – Labour, Andrew Brass – Lib Dem, Abdul Jabarkhail – Labour, Roger Kutchinsky – Lib Dem, Paul Morris – Conservative, Seamus Quilty – Conservative. 

In Bushey North 10 candidates are up for election. Only three will be elected to the council.

They are: John Barratt – Labour, Lawrence Davis – Conservative, Jerry Evans – Lib Dem, Vikki Johnson – UKI, Andrew Melville – Lib Dem, Sandy Mercado – Labour, Kashif Merchant – Conservative, Fikile Mkoyana – Labour, Paul Richards – Lib Dem, Jane West – Conservative. 

Nine councillors are up for election in Bushey Park. Only three seats are available in this ward.

They are: David Carter – Conservative, Anne Diamond – Lib Dem, Di Hoeksma – Labour, Matthew McHale – Labour, Judith Melinek – Lib Dem, Nik Oakley – Labour, Linda Silver – Conservative, Brian Silverman – Lib Dem, Anne Swerling – Conservative.

In Bushey St James’ ward, there are nine candidates up for election, battling for the three council seats up for grabs. 

They are: Yue Ting Cheng – Labour, Pervez Choudhury – Conservative, Holly Gunning – Lib Dem, David McGregor – Labour, Harry Mortimer – Conservative, Mary Reid – Labour, Peter Rutledge – Conservative, Christopher Scobie – Lib Dem, Hannah Gunning – Lib Dem.

To find you local polling station, visit hertsmere.gov.uk/elections2019 

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