On Thursday, 3 March, Erdington will vote for its next Member of Parliament – the person who will be the constituency’s voice in Westminster, working on behalf of the people who live and work in Erdington to put their needs and concerns first.
The next Erdington MP will also challenge the Local Authority to ensure Erdington gets the right support from Birmingham City Council – from issues over HMOs and exempt housing, to domestic rubbish collection and fly tipping.
If you live or work in Erdington, they will be your elected representative both nationally and locally.
12 candidates have put themselves forward to contest the Birmingham Erdington seat – the full list, in alphabetical order, is below. If you hover the cursor over each candidate’s name it will give you a link to their campaign or political party website:
- Robert Alden (Conservatives)
- David Laurence Bishop (Militant Bus-Pass Elvis Party)
- Jack Bookes (Reform UK)
- Lee Dargue (Liberal Democrats)
- Paulette Hamilton (Labour)
- Siobhan Harper-Nunes (Green Party)
- Clifton Holmes (Independent)
- Michael Lutwyche (Independent)
- Mel Mbondiah (Christian Peoples Alliance)
- Dave Nellist (Trade Union and Socialist Coalition)
- Tommy O’Rouke (The Peaky Blinders)
- The Good Knight Sir NosDa (The Official Monster Raving Loony Party)
Erdington Local is holding a hustings event on Sunday, 27 February – where members of the local community can meet the candidates and ask them direct questions.
The hustings will free to attend, held at a venue just off Erdington High Street, although places are limited – to secure a free ticket please click here or on the image below: