Ten candidates vie for police commissioner role
11:24am Wednesday 24th October 2012 in News
There will be ten candidates for the role of Police and Crime Commissioner to be elected for Devon and Cornwall next month.
Members of the Conservative, Liberal Democrat, Labour and United Kingdom Independence Party are standing, alongside five independent candidates.
The elections, being held nationally for the first time, will take place on Thursday, November 15.
Polling cards are being delivered across the two counties in the next few days, with all those on the electoral register eligible to vote.
The full list of candidates for the role is:
*Brian Samuel Blake, Yealmpton Division, Liberal Democrat
*Graham David Calderwood, Lelant and Carbis Bay Division, Independent
*Brian Carol Greenslade, Barnstaple, Independent
*Tony Hogg, Helston, The Conservative Party Candidate
*Ivan James Jordan, Exeter, Independent
*Tam Macpherson, St Peter and the Waterfront Ward, Independent
*William Morris, Ludgvan, Penzance, Independent
*John Smith, Teignmouth, Independent
*Robert Lee Smith, Ludgvan Division, UK Independence Party (UKIP)
*Nicky Williams, Efford and Lipson Ward, Labour Party Candidate