General Election 2019: The Sussex candidates

With less than two weeks to go until the General Election, campaigning is ramping up across Sussex.

More Radio will be covering the results overnight as they come in on Thursday, December 12, across 16 constituencies in West and East Sussex.

Our news team has also been speaking to candidates in a number of areas, and you can hear what they have to say in our news bulletins in the next fortnight.

Here’s the list of all candidates standing across Sussex.

East Sussex

Bexhill and Battle:

  • Christine Bayliss – Labour
  • Michelle Buxton – Brexit Party
  • Jonathan Kent – Green Party
  • Huw Merriman – Conservative
  • Martin Saunders – Liberal Democrats

Brighton Kemptown:

  • Graham Cushway – Brexit Party
  • Joe Miller – Conservative
  • Alexandra Phillips – Green Party
  • Lloyd Russell-Moyle – Labour
  • Ben Thomas – Liberal Democrats

Brighton Pavilion:

  • Bob Dobbs – Independent
  • Nigel Furness – UKIP
  • Emma Hogan – Conservative
  • Adam Imanpour – Labour
  • Caroline Lucas – Green Party
  • Richard Milton – Brexit Party
  • Citizen Skwith – The Official Monster Raving Loony Party

Eastbourne:

  • Caroline Ansell – Conservative
  • Stephen Gander – Brexit Party
  • Jake Lambert – Labour
  • Stephen Lloyd – Liberal Democrats
  • Ken Pollock – Independent

Hastings and Rye:

  • Peter Chowney – Labour
  • Paul Crosland – Independent
  • Sally-Ann Hart – Conservative
  • Nick Perry – Liberal Democrats

Hove:

  • Beatrice Bass – Liberal Democrats (To stop Brexit)
  • Dame Dixon – The Official Monster Raving Loony Party
  • Angela Hancock – Brexit Party
  • Peter Kyle – Labour
  • Robert Nemeth – Conservative
  • Charlotte Sabel – Independent
  • Ollie Sykes – Green Party

Lewes:

  • Maria Caulfield – Conservative
  • Kate Chappell – Labour
  • Paul Cragg – Independent
  • Johnny Denis – Green Party
  • Oli Henman – Liberal Democrats

Wealden:

  • Chris Bowers – Liberal Democrats
  • Nus Ghani – Conservative
  • Angie Smith – Labour
  • Georgia Taylor – Green Party

West Sussex

Arundel and South Downs:

  • Alison Bennett – Liberal Democrats
  • Andrew Griffith – Conservative
  • Bella Sankey – Labour
  • Isabel Thurston – Green Party
  • Robert Wheal – Independent

Bognor Regis and Littlehampton:

  • Carol Birch – Green Party
  • Alan Butcher – Labour
  • Andrew Elston – Independent
  • Nick Gibb – Conservative
  • David Kurten – UKIP
  • Francis Oppler – Liberal Democrats

Chichester:

  • Heather Barrie – Green Party
  • Adam Brown – Libertarian Party UK
  • Andrew Emerson – Patria
  • Gillian Keegan – Conservative
  • Jay Morton – Labour
  • Kate O’Kelly – Liberal Democrats

Crawley:

  • Iain Dickson – Green Party
  • Peter Lamb – Labour
  • Henry Smith – Conservative
  • Khalil Yousef – Liberal Democrats

East Worthing and Shoreham:

  • Leslie Groves Williams – Green Party
  • Tim Loughton – Conservative
  • Lavinia O’Connor – Labour
  • Ashley Ridley – Liberal Democrats

Horsham:

  • Jim Duggan – The Peace Party – Non-violence, Justice, Environment
  • Michael Jones – Labour
  • Louise Potter – Liberal Democrats
  • Jeremy Quin – Conservative
  • Catherine Ross – Green Party

Mid Sussex:

  • Gemma Bolton – Labour
  • Mims Davies – Conservative
  • Robert Eggleston – Liberal Democrats
  • David Mortensen – Advance Together
  • Deanna Nicholson – Green Party
  • Baron Von Thunderclap – The Official Monster Raving Loony Party

West Worthing:

  • David Aherne – Independent
  • Jamie Bennett – Liberal Democrats
  • Peter Bottomley – Conservative
  • Beccy Cooper – Labour
  • Jo Paul – Green Party

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