Bristol Mayoral Election 2012: Who are you voting for?

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By thecriddler | Friday, November 09, 2012, 11:37

Barack Obama has been elected to run the USA – but what about Bristol?

Just in case you were unaware… there's a Bristol Mayoral taking place to find the city's first directly-elected mayor.

The 15 candidates for Bristol have been chosen. Next week (Thursday, November 15) is polling day where you decide who gets the inaugural honour.

The successful candidate will take over the running of the city council until May 2016.

But who will it be? Who of the 15 below will you be voting for?

-    Tom Baldwin - Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition

-    Tony Britt - Independent

-    Tim Collins - Independent

-    Dave Dobbs - The Birthday Party

-    George Ferguson - Bristol 1st

-    Rich Fisher - Independent

-    Stoney Garnett - Independent

-    Owain George - Independent

-    Geoff Gollop - Conservative

-    Neil Maggs - Respect

-    Spud Murphy - Independent

-    Philip Pover - Independent

-    Daniella Radice - Green

-    Marvin Rees - Labour

-    Jon Rogers - Liberal Democrat

For all information regarding the Bristol Mayoral Election see: http://www.bristol.gov.uk/page/council-and-democracy/elections

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  • Profile image for hippychic1

    It's not surprising really - not the most forward thinking policy is it? Reducing cycle lanes?

    By hippychic1 at 11:29 on 13/11/12

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    Via Twitter Owain George is not getting much love.

    @climbingsteph says: Not Owain George that's for sure! He is anti cyclist. Bristol is England's first cycling city, please don't vote for him.

    @pajone says: Not Owain George who believes that 'cars are the preferred means of transport'. How out of touch for Bristol.

    By matt_2009 at 13:51 on 12/11/12

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