What’s in the nomination papers for the Labour candidate in Bromborough and the Green and Conservative candidates in Clatterbridge?
Pictured above is Wirral Council’s Returning Officer Eric Robinson. The Returning Officer does have the legal power to determine a nomination paper is invalid (which has the effect of disqualifying a candidate) if either:
(a) the particulars of the candidate or the persons subscribing the paper are not as required by law; or
(b) that the paper is not subscribed as so required.
Although nomination papers and candidates’ consent to nominations are open to inspection until the day before polling day, due to a legal change this year the home address forms are not open to inspection by the public.
Below are the nomination papers and candidate’s consent to nomination for the Labour candidate in Bromborough and St James followed by the Conservative and Green candidates in Clatterbridge ward. So first is the nomination paper and candidate’s consent to nomination for Joe Walsh (the Labour candidate in Bromborough ward) followed by the nomination papers and candidate’s consent to nomination for Helen Cameron (the Conservative Party candidate in Clatterbridge ward) and Jim McGinley (the Green Party candidate in Clatterbridge ward).
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