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Posted by: John Brace | 20th April 2016

Who are the 4 candidates in the 2016 election of a Police and Crime Commissioner for Merseyside?

Who are the 4 candidates in the 2016 election of a Police and Crime Commissioner for Merseyside?

                                          

Jane Kennedy (left), the current Police and Crime Commissioner for Merseyside and Labour Party candidate in the 2016 elections for a Police and Crime Commissioner for Merseyside at a public meeting of the Police and Fire Collaboration Committee (2015)

Jane Kennedy (left), the current Police and Crime Commissioner for Merseyside and Labour Party candidate in the 2016 elections for a Police and Crime Commissioner for Merseyside at a public meeting of the Police and Fire Collaboration Committee (2015)

This year (2016) people will have a vote in who their Police and Crime Commissioner for Merseyside will be. Pictured above (on the left) is the current Police and Crime Commissioner for Merseyside Jane Kennedy, who is standing for re-election in 2016 as the Labour Party candidate.

Unlike in November 2012, when the election of a Police and Crime Commissioner for Merseyside was held on a different day to other elections, the Police and Crime Commissioner vote will be combined with the election of local councillors and in Liverpool the election of the Mayor of Liverpool.

There are four candidates to choose from (Conservative, Liberal Democrat, Green or Labour) for Police and Crime Commissioner for Merseyside and their details are in the table below. They are listed below in alphabetical order by surname (which will be the way they are listed on the ballot papers too).





Candidate name
 
 Address of candidate 
 
 Political Party
 
David Robert BURGESS-JOYCE
 19 Millhouse Lane,
 Moreton,
 Wirral,
 CH46 6HL
 
 Conservative Party
Christopher David Vincenzo CARUBIA 
 81 Bridle Road,
 Eastham,
 Wirral,
 CH62 8BU
 
 Liberal Democrats
 John Bernard Cowan COYNE
 86 Belgrave Road,
 Liverpool,
 L17 7AH
 
 Green Party
Jane Elizabeth KENNEDY
 256 Score Lane,
 Liverpool,
 L16 5EQ
 
 Labour Party

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  1. Polling day for the Merseyside Police and Crime Commissioner elections will be on Thursday 5th May 2016. Polling stations will be open between 7 am and 10 pm.

    Voting on the 5th May 2016 can be in person by the voter, or through a registered proxy or postal votes can be delivered to the polling station on polling day.

    Those who have registered for a postal vote should receive their ballot papers before polling day in order to give time for the voter to fill them out and return them.

    Postal votes can also be sent on request to a proxy.


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