Here is a round-up of who’s standing in our local Parliamentary constituencies in the General Election on 12th December.
Defending the seat which she has held for Labour since 2005 is Kerry McCarthy. In 2017 her majority was 13,394.
Sarah Codling: Conservative Party
Conan Connolly: Green Party
Nicholas Coombes: Lib Dems
Kerry McCarthy: Labour Party
Tim Page: Brexit Party
Filton & Bradley Stoke
Jack Lopresti has been the Tory MP for FABS since 2010. His majority at the last election was 4,190.
Elaine Hardwick: Citizens Movement Party UK
Louise Harris: Lib Dems
Jack Lopresti: Conservative Party
Mhairi Threlfall: Labour Party
Jenny Vernon: Green Party
The MP since 2010, Conservative Chris Skidmore is defending a majority of 7,500 at the forthcoming General Election.
Nicola Bowden-Jones: Labour Party
Angelika Cowell: Animal Welfare Party – People, Animals, Environment
Joseph Evans: Green Party
Dine Romero: Lib Dems
Chris Skidmore: Conservative Party
North East Somerset
Conservative Jacob Rees-Mogg is standing for re-election to the seat he has held since 2010. His majority at the last General Election was 10,235.
Nick Coates: Lib Dems
Mark Huband: Labour Party
Shaun Hughes: Independent
Jacob Rees-Mogg: Conservative Party
Fay Whitfield: Green Party
Thornbury & Yate
Luke Hall is defending the seat he won for the Conservatives in 2015 when he beat Lib Dem Steve Webb. Mr Hall’s majority at the 2017 General Election was 12,071.
Luke Hall: Conservative Party
Rob Logan: Labour Party
Claire Young: Lib Dems
The deadline for registering to vote at this election is midnight on Tuesday 26th November.