Who wants to represent me in Hertford?

On June 4th 2009, the Hertfordshire County Council elections will be held. This is your chance to decide who represents you as a County Councillor.  Hertfordshire is primarily represented by the Conservative Party.

Currently there are 77 Councillors on the County Council, of which 46 are Conservative, 16 Labour, 14 are Liberal Democrats and 1 is from the Green Party.

County Councillors make decisions about matters relating to education, social services, roads and Council Tax amongst other things. All of the decisions that they make, affect you so it is vital that you have your say about who represents you.

Although we primarily support Independent Councillors, we strive to increase participation in the political process and feel that it is vitally important that you are given all the information you need to make the right decision for you about who becomes your County Councillor.

Over the next few pages we have given an overview of every party that wants to represent you and as the election progresses we will give you all the information you need on all the candidates.

USE YOUR VOTE on June 4th 2009.

List of Candidates revealed for 2009 County Council Elections

 

Hertford St Andrews 

Jim Thornton - Independent

Peter Ruffles - Conservative

Tony Bodley - Labour

Sean Shaw - Liberal Democrat

 

 Hertford All Saints  

Sally Newton - Conservative

Jon Lansman - Labour

Andrew Porrer - Liberal Democrat

 

Jim Thornton click here for more on Jim

Peter Ruffles

For more information on the incumbent Councillor for St Andrews and his manifesto click here

Tony Bodley 

As yet there is no information on the Labour manifesto for Hertfordshire County Council on the internet and EHP are yet to see any paper literature either 

Sean Shaw 

As yet there is no information on the Liberal Democrat for Hertfordshire County Council on the internet and EHP are yet to see any paper literature either

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