Another candidate standing for election in Preston has been revealed. The Conservative’s have named Blackburn man Richard Holden as their candidate to challenge current MP Mark Hendrick in May’s general […]7 years ago Election 2012: All the candidates for Preston City Council mapped
The map below shows all the candidates standing for election for Preston City Council and the wards they are standing in. View Election 2012: Local election candidates standing for Preston […]10 years ago Preston MP brands new constituency boundaries “gerrymandering”
The Boundary Commission plans to reduce the number of Lancashire seats from 16 to 14 as part of an overhaul of the county’s political landscape. Parts of inner city Preston […]11 years ago Election Map: Who are your local candidates?
Preston’s council elections are just around the corner on 5 May, alongside the Alternative Vote referendum; a referendum on deciding whether Britain adopts a new voting system. 19 of Preston’s […]11 years ago Advertisement Advertisement Election 2010 – The key figures
With Preston and its surrounding constituencies going to poll tomorrow, here is the key information regarding the percentage of voters needed to swing their vote in order to unseat the current candidate; and the time the result is expected to be announced. Whilst Preston, Wyre & Preston North, and the Fylde require a reasonably large percentage of voters to change their minds based on the last election; the South Ribble and Ribble Valley constituencies should be very closely contested – and could go right down to the wire.12 years ago Election 2010: Preston constituencies and candidates
Preston will go to the polls on May 6th 2010 and the city has three constituencies in play. The main one for most of the city is Preston but northern […]12 years ago Most Discussed