St Albans General Election candidates announced for 2019
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The parliamentary candidates standing to be MP for St Albans in the 2019 General Election have been announced.
Residents can cast their vote for the following candidates:
Daisy Cooper, Liberal Democrat
Simon Grover, Green
Rebecca Lury, Labour
Anne Main, Conservative
Jules Sherrington, standing as an independent candidate.
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- 2 Fire crews receive 'multiple' 999 calls amid large blaze at Welham Green
- 3 Goods worth more than £260 in total stolen from St Albans Co-op store
- 4 Teenager ‘robbed at knife-point' by two males in Hemel Hempstead
- 5 Clarence Park deckchairs banned following council concerns
- 6 Katherine Ryan and Romesh Ranganathan spotted filming in St Albans
- 7 New play areas open at Harpenden parks
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- 9 Recap: Two crashes disrupting M1 and M25 drivers near St Albans
- 10 Church welcomes gay community event as part of St Albans Pub Pride
You need to register to vote by 11.59pm on November 26 to vote in the General Election on December 12.
You can do so online at gov.uk/register-to-vote.