Thursday, 14 April 2016
Local election Day is Thursday 5 May this year.
The deadline to register, if you want to be able to vote and have your say at these elections, is Monday 18 April. Here's the registration page.
Each ward is representated by three Calderdale councillors. On 5 May, we have the opportunity to vote for one of them. The candidates are listed below.
As with previous elections, the HebWeb invite candidates to post messages here on why we should vote for them - up to 500 words with photo.
The next full election for Hebden Royd Town Councillors is in 2019.
Calder Ward including Hebden Bridge.
We also have the opportunity to choose the Police and Crime Commissioner - candidates listed below.
|Janet Battye||Liberal Democrats|
|Josh Fenton-Glynn||Labour Party|
|James Krishnapillai||The Conservative Party Candidate|
|Jenny Shepherd||Green Party|
Luddendenfoot Ward, including Mytholmroyd
|Chris Baksa||UK Independence Party (UKIP)|
|Karl Boggis||Liberal Democrats|
|Owen Gilroy||The Conservative Party Candidate|
|Pete Pitfield||Green Party|
|Jane Scullion||Labour Party|
|Rod Sutcliffe||Yorkshire First|
Election of West Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner
|Mark Burns-Williamson||Labour Party|
|Peter Corkindale||UK Independence Party (UKIP)|
|Allan Doherty||The Conservative Party Candidate|
|Barry Golton||Liberal Democrats|
|Therese Hirst||English Democrats - "More Police - catching criminals!"|