ELECTIONS: Nine seats up for grabs in Crawley

Furnace Green polling station
Furnace Green polling station

The people of West Sussex go to the polls today to decide who they want to represent them at County Hall.

Some 44 candidates are competing for nine seats in Crawley.

The Conservatives, Labour, and the Liberal Democrats will contest all nine seats in the town, with the Green Party fielding five candidates, the Socialist Labour Party and the Justice Party fielding one, with one Independent.

The candidates are:

BEWBUSH & IFIELD WEST

Norman Aston, UKIP

Arshad Khan, Justice Party

Lucy-Marie Nelson, Liberal Democrat

Christopher Oxlade, Labour

Duncan Peck, Conservative

BROADFIELD

Lee Gilroy, Conservative

Brian Quinn, Labour

Mia Danielle, UKIP

Keith Sunderland, Liberal Democrat

Derek Isaacs, Socialist Labour Party

GOSSOPS GREEN AND IFIELD EAST

Gregory-George Collins, Liberal Democrat

Iain Dickson, Green Party

Susan Mullins, Labour

Kenneth Trussell, Conservative

Steven Wade, UKIP

LANGLEY GREEN & WEST GREEN

Peter Brent, UKIP

Vanessa Cumper, Conservative

Kevin Osborne, Liberal Democrat

Brenda Smith, Labour

MAIDENBOWER

Robert Lanzer, Conservative

Ben Liles, Green Party

Simon Mizzi, UKIP

Donald Morrison, Liberal Democrat

Peter Smith, Labour

NORTHGATE & THREE BRIDGES

David Anderson, Liberal Democrat

Robert Burgess, Conservative

Andrew Gill, UKIP

Peter Lamb, Labour

POUND HILL & WORTH

Richard Burrett, Conservative

Graham Knight, Liberal Democrat

Susi Liles, Green Party

John Mac Canna, UKIP

David Shreeves, Labour

SOUTHGATE & CRAWLEY CENTRAL

Howard Bloom, Conservative

Michael Jones, Labour

Malcolm Liles, Green Party

David Matthews, UKIP

Anthony Millson, Liberal Democrat

TILGATE & FURNACE GREEN

Duncan Crow, Conservative

Derek Hardman, Green Party

Graham Harper, UKIP

John Lovell, Liberal Democrat

Colin Moffatt, Labour Party

Richard Symonds, Independent