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19th Aug, 2022

Voters in district head to the polls in general election

VOTERS will be going to the polls today to select the next Stratford MP.

Four candidates are vying it out for the seat as voters choose their MP at the third general election in less than five years.

Nadhim Zahawi will be looking to defend a majority of nearly 21,000 in the historically safe Conservative seat.

Attempting to oust him will be Liberal Democrat Dominic Skinner, Labour’s Felix Ling, and the Green Party’s Dave Passingham.

In neighbouring Kenilworth and Southam, Jeremy Wright will also be looking to hold onto the seat for the Tories.

The member of former prime minister Theresa May’s cabinet will be defending an 18,000 plus majority against Labour’s Antony Tucker, Liberal Democrat Richard Dickson, the Green Party’s Alison Firth and Monster Raving Loony Party candidate Nicholas Green.

And in Warwick and Leamington, Labour’s Matt Western will be aiming to retain the seat he won from the Conservatives at the 2017 election.

Mr Western will defend a slim 1,206 majority with his main challenge expected to come from Conservative candidate Jack Rankin. Others challenging for the seat will be Liberal Democrat Louis Adam, Xander Bennett representing the Social Democratic Party, Jonathan Chilvers for the Green Party, Independent Bob Dhillon, and Brexit Party candidate Tim Griffiths.

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