Bristol Mayoral Election 2021 Candidates
Many local elections had to be delayed from last year due to the coronavirus pandemic, including that for the next Mayor of Bristol.
The rescheduled Mayoral Election is due to take place on Thursday 6 May, 2021, along with local Bristol City Council elections (all 70 seats), Avon and Somerset Police and Crime Commissioner and Elections for West of England Mayor.
Further comprehensive details (With updated candidate list) here: www.bristol.gov.uk/voting-elections/local-elections-thursday-6-may-2021/bristol-mayoral-election
The Bristol Mayor candidates announced so far are as follows:
Caroline Gooch is a Liberal Democrats candidate in the following elections:
Mayor of Bristol for Bristol City Council mayoral election
Bristol City Council for Westbury-on-Trym & Henleaze ward
She is a biomedical scientist who wants to scrap the role of mayor. This is her first election.
Sandy Hore-Ruthven is a Green Party candidate in Bristol City Council in the Mayor of Bristol.
He is CEO of a charity for young people who is standing for the first time.
John Langley is an independent candidate in Bristol City Council in the Mayor of Bristol.
Marvin Rees is a Labour Party candidate in Bristol City Council in the Mayor of Bristol.
Incumbent mayor Marvin Rees (Lab) will be looking to defend his seat and seeks re-election.
Alastair Watson is a Conservative and Unionist Party candidate in Bristol City Council in the Mayor of Bristol.
Alistair Watson (Cons) is a business consultant and former Lord Mayor of Bristol.
Also to vote for on the 6th-
West of England Combined Authority (WECA) Mayoral Election: westofengland-ca.gov.uk/election2021
Posted: Mar 2021