TITLE

ELECTION FACTS

PUB. DATE
April 2012
SOURCE
Evening Standard;4/23/2012, p27
SOURCE TYPE
Newspaper
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Who are the candidates? Boris Johnson, Conservative Ken Livingstone, Labour Brian Paddick, Liberal Democrats Jenny Jones, Green Party Siobhan Benita, Independent Lawrence Webb, Ukip Carlos Cortiglia, BNP How to vote on May 3 You will have three votes. One is for the Mayor and two are for the London Assembly. The Mayor is elected by supplementary vote. Voters pick a first and second choice on their ballot papers. If a candidate receives more than half of all the first choice votes they are elected immediately. If not, the top two candidates with the most first choice votes go through to a second round. Londoners will also vote on the 25 people fighting to represent them on the London Assembly. You can vote for a constituency London Assembly member as well as a London-wide Assembly member.
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74488239

 

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