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2017 West of England Mayoral Election

West of England Mayoral Election, 4th May 2017.

On Thursday 4th May 2017, there will be an election to decide who will be the West of England Combined Authority Mayor. The election will be held across the Bath and North East Somerset, Bristol and South Gloucestershire council areas.

Useful links:

News about the West of England Devolution Deal and the West of England Combined Authority

The Election

Details about the election can be found on the Voting and Elections: Combined Authority Mayor page of the Bristol City Council website.

Important dates:

  • 5th April 2017: Candidates formally announced
  • 13th April 2017: Last date to register to vote in the election
  • 18th April 2017: Last date to apply to vote by post

More information:

The Result

Turnout: 29.72%

Stage two declaration:

  • Tim Bowles (Conservative): 70,300
  • Lesley Mansell (Labour): 65, 923

More: Result in detail (including stage 1 votes)

Mayoral Candidates

Useful link: Official mayoral candidate booklet

Tim Bowles (Conservative)

Tim Bowles.

Website: Tim Bowles for West of England Mayor
Facebook: Tim Bowles
Profile (Bristol Post): Tim Bowles for Conservatives

Aaron Foot (UKIP)

Aaron Foot.

Twitter: @aaronfoot119
Facebook: Aaron Foot
Profile (Bristol Post): Aaron Foot for UKIP

Darren Hall (Green Party)

Darren Hall.

Website: Darren Hall | Candidate for West of England Metro Mayor
Twitter: @DarrenHall2015
Facebook: Darren Hall for metro mayor
Profile (Bristol Post): Darren Hall for Green Party

Lesley Mansell (Labour)

Lesley Mansell.

Website: Mansell For Mayor – Winning the Best for the West
Twitter: @MansellForMayor
Facebook: Lesley Mansell for Metro Mayor – West of England
Profile (Bristol Post): Lesley Mansell for Labour Party

John Savage (Independent)

John Savage.

Website: John Savage for West of England Metro Mayor
Twitter: @Savage4Mayor
Facebook: John Savage for Metro Mayor
Profile (Bristol Post): John Savage

Stephen Williams (Liberal Democrats)

Stephen Williams.

Website: Stephen Williams for the West of England 2017
Twitter: @swilliamsmp
Facebook: Stephen Williams for Metro Mayor
Profile (Bristol Post): Stephen Williams for Lib Dems

If you are aware of a website link that is missing from the above list, please let us know.

West of England Mayoral Election News

8th May 2017 | Bristol Post
Metro Mayor Tim Bowles’ inauguration speech in full

5th May 2017 | BBC Bristol
Tory Tim Bowles elected West of England mayor

4th May 2017 | Bristol Post
What we learnt from Metro Mayor husting with the Bristol Post

2nd May 2017  Bristol Post
Who are the Metro Mayor candidates you can vote for in Bristol, South Gloucestershire and B&NES?

7th April 2017 | Bristol Post
What have the Metro Mayor candidates promised so far?

6th April | Bristol Post
Metro Mayor analysis: Business

6th April 2017 | Bristol Post
Metro Mayor analysis: Planning

6th April 2017 | Bristol Post
Metro Mayor analysis: Adult education and skills

6th April 2017 | Bristol Post
Metro Mayor analysis: Transport

5th April 2017 | Bristol Post
Wake up Bristol! We are sleepwalking into the Metro Mayor election

5th April 2017 | Bristol Post
What is the role of a Metro Mayor and why do we need one? Everything you need to know about the election

2nd March 2017 | Bath Chronicle
Everything you need to know about the new West of England Combined Authority starting in May

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