Candidates for 2015 General Election in Kings Cross – ‘Islington South and Finsbury’ and ‘Holborn and St Pancras’

ballotboxThe official lists of candidates for the two parliamentary wards that cover Kings Cross have been published.

In Islington South and Finsbury you can choose between:

​Jay Kirton ​Cannabis is Safer than Alcohol
Charlie Kiss​ ​Green Party
Mark Lim​ ​The Conservative Party Candidate
​Pete Muswell ​UK Independence Party (UKIP)
​Terry Stacy ​Liberal Democrats
​Emily Thornberry ​Labour Party

Islington Council has a handy page on the mechanics of it all.

and in Holborn and St Pancras:

Natalie Bennett Green Party
Will Blair The Conservative Party Candidate
Jill Eileen Fraser Liberal Democrats
Shane O’Donnell Cannabis is Safer than Alcohol Abdul
David O’Sullivan For socialism. Against austerity and war
Maxine Spencer Holborn and St Pancras Constituency UK Independence Party (UKIP)
Keir Starmer Holborn and St Pancras Constituency Labour Party

Camden Council has a handy page covering all the mechanics of voting – poll cards, registration etc –

It isn’t too late to register to vote from your home address – you can do so online up until Monday 20th April.

About William Perrin

Active in Kings Cross London and South Oxfordshire, founder of Talk About Local, helping people find a voice online and a trustee of The Indigo Trust , Good Things Foundation and ThreeSixtyGiving as well as Connect8.
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One Response to Candidates for 2015 General Election in Kings Cross – ‘Islington South and Finsbury’ and ‘Holborn and St Pancras’

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