The bookmaker has installed the Conservative candidate for the new parliamentary constituency of Filton and Bradley Stoke as the 1/6 favourite.
The Liberal Democrats are second in the betting at 6/1, followed by Labour at 10/1.
Bradley Stoke is currently covered by the two parliamentary constituencies of Bristol North West, represented by Doug Naysmith (Labour Co-operative), and Northavon, represented by Steve Webb (Liberal Democrat).
Boundary changes which come into effect at the General Election put the whole of the town in the new constituency of Filton and Bradley Stoke, which also includes Almondsbury, Downend, Patchway, Pilning, Severn Beach, Staple Hill, Stoke Gifford and Winterbourne.
The prospective candidates of the three main parties are:
- Ian Boulton (Labour)
- Jack Lopresti (Conservative)
- Peter Tyzack (Liberal Democrat)
- Filton and Bradley Stoke – General Election 2010 (The Journal)
- Constituency Betting Odds (Ladbrokes)
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