What we know about your candidates for the 2017 General Election

There are five candidates for the 2017 election in Hertsmere. That’s one more than in 2015 – the Greens have returned to the fray. Here’s what we know so far. I’ll add more here as we get it. In alphabetical order: Oliver Dowden, Conservative. The incumbent. A local man and a former Cameron adviser, helicoptered… Continue reading What we know about your candidates for the 2017 General Election

The 2017 County Council elections in Radlett

UPDATE: Saturday 6 May. The County Council results are all in. The details shows a strong swing towards the Conservatives. They’ve gained five seats. Labour has lost six, including their leader on the Council, Leon Reefe. The Liberals gained two. Turnout was 34.1%, substantially up from 28.9% in 2013 (turnout here in Watling Division was… Continue reading The 2017 County Council elections in Radlett

General election 2015 – the nominations are in and no, you can’t vote Green

If you voted for the BNP or for the Greens at the last general election and you were thinking of doing so again this time, you’re out of luck. Neither is standing in Hertsmere in 2015 and the deadline for candidates to get their names on the ballot has now passed, so that’s it. Between… Continue reading General election 2015 – the nominations are in and no, you can’t vote Green