Cornwall’s Candidates who are standing in the 2015 General Election

We are on the steady march to the 2015 General Election Polling Day on the 7th May. The pundits say it will be close, and we could have no overall winner. This election is one of the first that is not a battle between Blue and Red; as this election really does include the other parties who could act as the Kingmaker, and could really decide who will be our next Prime Minister. I mean who really thought the Con’s and Lib Dems would get into bed with each other before the last election in 2010!

In Cornwall, the six seats up for grabs are what you call marginal. As at the last General Election the winning margin was as little as 64 votes to just under 3000. So for Cornwall it really is all to play for. That brings me onto who is standing in Cornwall. Well, the Statement as to Persons Nominated and Notice of Poll has been released, and it is as follows:

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And remember, use your vote, as in Cornwall it counts. If you haven’t yet registered to vote, you have till the 20th April to do so. Please vote.

 

 

5 comments

  • Gill Zella Martin

    I would like to vote for two people though, Andrew George for the person, and Graham Calderwood for the party.

  • Joe

    What’s the point in voting, same thing every time, one government after another, just goes round in circles and nothing much changes.

  • Gill Zella Martin

    Personally, that is exactly the reason why I have decided to vote UKIP, they have not yet had that chance to prove what they will do.

  • Michaela

    I will vote, it will not be for Andrew George though as I cannot get past the expenses scandal.

  • Joe

    Perfectly valid point Gill. Perhaps I might vote Ukip.

    I wouldn’t vote for any previous MP that paid back money from expenses he claimed, the system might be there for them to fleece but to pay back money says to me they were wrong, so why claim it in the first place. That was one of the reasons I was going to give up on voting.

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