Elections for Cambridge City Council also take place on 6th May. Cambridge City Conservatives are fielding candidates in each of the wards making up the Cambridge City Constituency as well as in the 3 by elections. The full list of candidates and links to their websites is shown below.
Although the Conservatives have been the second largest group of voters in local elections some years, we have only one councillor out of 42 in the city council chamber. Voting Conservative in the local elections is a chance to change this injustice and secure a better deal for voters:
- Value for money linked to open government, with clarity about how your Council Tax is spent and open procurement creating opportunities for local businesses.
- More say in your local area, with earlier consultation on projects and the chance to set priorities on how public services are delivered.
- Improving quality of life, making Cambridge a safer, cleaner and more fulfilling place to live for everyone.
The full list of candidates by ward is:
- Abbey: Lara Hillman
- Arbury: Ali Meftah
- Castle: Warren Clegg
- Cherry Hinton: Edward Macnaghten
- Coleridge: Andy Bower* (http://cherryhintonroad.blogspot.com/)
- East Chesterton: Kevin Francis, Una McCormack
- King’s Hedges: Matthew Adam (http://conservativekingshedges.blogspot.com/)
- Market: James Boyd
- Newnham: Stephen Oliver (http://stephenoliver.me)
- Petersfield: Joshua Horden, Shapour Meftah
- Romsey: Jane Slinn
- Trumpington: Julie Simpole-Clarke
- West Chesterton: Anette Karimi, Jahanshah Karimi
Agent: Sarah El-Neil, except:
* Coleridge Conservative Association, agent Timothy Haire