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A full list of candidates set to stand in the forthcoming European Parliamentary Elections has been published – details at the end of this article.

The elections will be contested on Thursday 23rd May, and voters in Cheshire will head to the polls to elect eight members of the European Parliament (MEPs) for the North West region.

Nine political parties and two individual candidates are seeking your votes later this month.

More than five million voters across the North West – Cheshire, Cumbria, Greater Manchester, Lancashire and Merseyside – will have the opportunity to vote.

(And, yes, all of this applies unless we leave the EU in the next few weeks!)

The count and declaration of results for the North West region will take place in Manchester on Sunday 26th May, after polls close across Europe.

People will not be able to vote in these elections unless they have ensured they are on the Electoral Register.

If you are not registered already, go online and register (the deadline os today: Tuesday 7th May 2019).

European Union citizens living in the North West, are eligible to vote in the European Parliamentary elections in either the United Kingdom or in their country of origin – but not both.

To vote in the United Kingdom, they must be registered to vote and have completed an additional form available online.

The deadline for the return of this form is also today (7th May).

Anyone eligible who is on the electoral register can choose to register to vote by post.

Applications for a postal vote in this election must be received by 5pm tomorrow (Wednesday 8th May 2019).

The deadline for proxy votes is 5pm on Wednesday 15th May 2019. Find out more.

 

List of candidates:

 

Change UK – The Independent Group

Andrea Cooper

Dan Price

Arun Rammoy Colin Banerji

Michael Stewart Taylor

Philippa Olive

Victoria Ann Desmond

Andrew Paul Graystone

Elisabeth Malisa Knight

 

Conservative and Unionist Party

Sajjad Haider Karim

Kevin Michael Beaty

Jane Elizabeth Ann Howard

Arnold Saunders

Wendy Maisey

Thomas Baxter Lord

Anthony Pickles

Attika Salim Choudhary

 

English Democrats

Stephen Morris

Valerie Morris

 

Green Party

Gina Dowding

Wendy Kay Olsen

Jessica Ayesha Northey

Geraldine Philomena Coggins

Rosie Mae Mills

Astrid Johnson

Daniel Adam Jerrome

James Andrew Booth

 

Labour Party

Theresa Mary Griffin

Julie Carolyn Ward

Wajid Iltaf Khan

Erica Ruth Estelle Lewis

David John Brennan

Claire Emily Cozler

Saf Ismail

Yvonne Marion Tennant

 

Liberal Democrats

Chris Davies

Jane Elisabeth Brophy

Helen Foster-Grime

Anna Corrina Fryer

Sam Al-Hamdani

Rebecca Ann Forrest

John Studholme

Frederick Van Mierlo

 

The Brexit Party

Claire Regina Fox

Henrik Eyser Overgaard Nielsen

David Richard Bull

Gary Walter Harvey

Ajay Jagota

Elizabeth Oyedoyin Babade

Sally Ann Bate

John Howard Kelly

 

UK European Union Party (UKEUP)

Sophie Catherine Larroque

 

UK Independence Party (UKIP)

Adam Fox McCloud Richardson

Jeff Armstrong

Fiona Rachel Mills

Nathan Alan Ryding

Michael James Felse

Ben Robert Fryer

John Charles Booker

Alexander Alan Craig

 

Independent

Mohmmad Aslam

 

Independent

Tommy Robinson

 

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