You will have three ballot papers in the 2016 London elections on 5th May: one to vote for the Mayor of London and two for the London Assembly.
Vote for the Mayor using your PINK ballot paper
- You have 2 choices for Mayor.
- Vote once [X] in column A for your first choice. Each candidate will either be part of a political party or standing as an independent candidate
- Vote once [X] in column B for your second choice.
- For your second choice to be valid it must be different from your first choice.
- If you only mark a second choice, your vote will not be counted.
The Liberal Democrat Mayoral Candidate is Caroline Pidgeon.
How do I vote for the London Assembly?
In the election for the London Assembly, you have 2 ballot papers.
Vote for your Constituency London Assembly Member using the YELLOW ballot paper
- Choose who you want to represent your local area on the London Assembly.
- Vote for only one candidate by putting a cross [X] next to your choice.
- Your London Assembly constituency is not the same as your parliamentary constituency. It is made up of the local authority you live in and 1, 2 or 3 other London local authorities.
- Our GLA constituency is called Ealing & Hillingdon
The Liberal Democrat Ealing & Hillingdon GLA Candidate is Francesco Fruzza.
Vote for a London-wide Assembly Member using the ORANGE ballot paper
- Choose who you want to represent the whole of London on the London Assembly.
- Vote only once by putting a cross [X] in the box next to your choice.
Make sure you choose Caroline Pidgeon's London Liberal Democrats on the ballot paper.