Candidates for the Hackney mayoral election 2010

Hackney Town Hall, Mare Street

Hackney Town Hall, Mare Street

The confirmed candidates for the Hackney mayoral election 2010 are (in alphabetical order by surname):

Andrew Boff (Conservatives)

Mischa Borris (Green Party)

Adrian Gee-Turner (Liberal Democrats – For a Greener Britain)

Monty Goldman (Communist Party of Britain)

Jules Pipe (The Labour Party Candidate)

William Alexander Thompson (The Christian Party)

Note: Hackney Citizen has endeavoured to contact all the candidates standing in this election. We have profiled all the candidates who replied to our queries and sent us the information we asked for.

For more on the 2010 polls, see the Hackney Citizen’s comprehensive election coverage:

General Election 2010: What’s your question for your Hackney parliamentary candidates?

General Election 2010: your Hackney parliamentary candidates announced

Hackney Community College hosts Big Education Debate

Hackney elections 2010: the lowdown on the local and mayoral

A guide to the Hackney elections 2010

General Election 2010: you ask the questions

Boff bashed over zero cost mayor plan

Boff to be listed in Hackney mayoral booklet

Hackney Council rejects mayoral candidate’s election address

Candidates in place for Hackney mayoral race

Thursday 6 May: General and local elections for Hackney voters

Hackney mayoral candidate cleared over BNP complaint

Hackney local and Mayoral elections: Thursday 6 May

Other websites with election-related content include:

www.2010generalelection.org.uk

www.voteforpolicies.org.uk

www.votematch.org.uk

www.aboutmyvote.co.uk

www.hustings.com

www.ukpollingreport.co.uk

www.votewise.co.uk

www.democracyclub.org.uk

www.politics.co.uk

www.thestraightchoice.org

www.yournextmp.com

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