In the next month 30 seats will select 29 wannabe Lib Dem MPs (and one MSP)

by Stephen Tall on October 5, 2013

Lib Dems winning hereHere’s the full list of selection contests in the coming month availabel for Lib Dems on the approved parliamentary candidates’ list. Some top targets for the party are among them…

    The following seats have selections in progress and are currently advertising for candidates:

    Harrogate & Knaresborough (4th October)

    Truro & Falmouth (4th October)

    Birmingham Edgbaston (7th October)

    Birmingham Hall Green (7th October)

    Dover and Deal (11th October)

    Folkestone and Hythe (11th October)

    Lewisham Deptford (11th October)

    Lewisham East (11th October)

    Lewisham West & Penge (11th October)

    Ludlow (11th October)

    Oldham East and Saddleworth (11th October)

    Oldham West and Royton (11th October)

    South Thanet (11th October)

    Rochdale (11th October)

    Nottingham North (12th October)

    Nottingham East (12th October)

    Nottingham South (12th October)

    East Surrey (12th October)

    Gordon (18th October)

    Sheffield Central (18th October)

    Sheffield Heeley (18th October)

    Skye, Lochaber & Badenoch – Scottish Parliament (18th October)

    Amber Valley (21st October)

    Derbyshire Dales (21st October)

    Chichester (21st October)

    Oxford East (25th October)

    Sevenoaks (25th October)

    Southend West (26th October)

    Hemel Hempstead (31st October)

    Stratford-On-Avon (1st November)

    Further information, including Returning Officer contact details, can be found on the Lib Dem members’ website: http://ldmembers.libdems.org.uk/ and then once you have logged in by following the links: Our Party > Selection Adverts – Latest News. Note you will need to register online and login in order to access the advert webpage.

* Stephen Tall is Co-Editor of Liberal Democrat Voice, and editor of the 2013 publication, The Coalition and Beyond: Liberal Reforms for the Decade Ahead. He is also a Research Associate for the liberal think-tank CentreForum and writes at his own site, The Collected Stephen Tall.