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City of Brighton & Hove 2023 Local Elections.

Brighton & Hove Liberal Democrats stand most candidates ever in city elections.

Brighton & Hove Liberal Democrats who stood in all but 2 of the City's wards with 30 Candidates.

Those who stood are:

  • Claire Lachlan (Brunswick and Adelaide)
  • David Sears (Central Hove)
  • Martin Wooller, Jack Moxley (Coldean and Stanmer)
  • Andrew England, Paul Chandler, Owen Sharp (Goldsmid)
  • Laura Mullin, Samantha Waugh (Hanover and Elm Grove)
  • Ashley Ridley (Hollingdean and Fiveways)
  • Dominique Hall, Robert Brown (Kemptown)
  • Marjorie Leeds (North Portslade)
  • Caroline Brown (Patcham and Hollingbury)
  • Hyder Khalil (Preston Park)
  • Thomas Osborne (Queen's Park)
  • Trevor Freeman, Lawrence Parkhouse-Eke (Regency)
  • Caroline Ellis (Rottingdean and West Saltdean)
  • Matthew Davies (Round Hill)
  • Ken Rist (South Portslade)
  • Robert Heale, Anthony Seymour (West Hill and North Laine)
  • Geoff Date (Westbourne and Poets' Corner)
  • Simon Jardine, Andrew Harrison, Carolyn Dunn (Westdene and Hove Park)
  • Stewart Stone (Whitehawk and Marina)
  • Stamati Crook (Wish)
  • Ian Newman (Woodingdean)

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