Voters in the new Filton and Bradley Stoke constituency will have a choice of eight candidates when they go the polls on Thursday 6th May.
Previously announced Conservative, Labour, Liberal Democrat, Green, UKIP and BNP candidates have now been joined by Ruth Johnson of The Christian Party and ‘Mr Vote Zero-None-Of-The-Above‘ (formerly known as Eric Mutch).
The Electoral Register closed yesterday but already-registered persons can still make an application for proxy voting until 5pm on Tuesday 27th April.
Bradley Stoke’s polling stations will be at Brook Way Activity Centre, Jubilee Centre, Holy Trinity Church, Baileys Court Activity Centre, Bradley Stoke Evangelical Church, St Mary’s Primary School and Church of Christ the King.
Counting of votes for the whole constituency will take place at Bradley Stoke Leisure Centre and will begin “as soon as is practicable after 10pm on the day of poll”, according to South Gloucestershire Council (SGC).
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