The Reverb Politics Show
Politics affects everyone - even if you don't bother to vote. The Reverb Politics Show, presented by former Brighton and Hove councillor Geoffrey Bowden, puts the men and women making the decisions under the spotlight.
May's edition of the Radio Reverb Politics Show is a General Election Special.
Here is a list of all candidates standing in the three Parliamentary constituencies in Brighton & Hove:
Brighton Kemptown, which extends into Lewes District and includes Peacehaven.
Doktor Haze -
Simon Kirby, The Conservation Party Candidate
Lloyd Russell-Moyle, Labour and Co-operative Party
Emily Louise Tester, Liberal Democrats
Statement of persons nominated - Brighton Kemptown
Ian Verdun Buchanan, UK Independence Party
Solomon Curtis, Labour Party
Caroline Lucas, Green Party
Emma Warman, Conservative Party Candidate
Nick Yeomans, Independent
Statement of persons nominated - Brighton Pavilion
Kristy Adams, Conservative Party Candidate
Carrie Hynds, Liberal Democrats
Peter Kyle, Labour Party
Phélim Mac Cafferty, Green Party
Charley Sabel, Independent
Statement of persons nominated - Hove
The cut-off date to register to vote is 22 May. If you are already registered to vote at your current address you do not need to register again.
Monday 22 May Cut off date to register to vote
Tuesday 23 May at 5pm Last day for Brighton & Hove City Council to receive your postal vote application
Tuesday 23 May at 5pm Last day to amend or cancel an existing postal or proxy vote
Tuesday 31 May at 5pm Last day for Brighton & Hove City Council to receive your proxy vote application
Thursday 8 June Polling stations open for the election from 7am to 10pm
The deadline for notification of appointment of an election agent or to withdraw as a candidate is also 4pm on 11 May 2017.
You can apply for an emergency proxy vote in exceptional circumstances up to 5pm on the day of election.
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