Bishopston & Ashley Down

Bishopston & Ashley Down is a 2 member ward in Bristol West Parliamentary Constituency. The last election in Bishopston & Ashley Down was in May 2016 where the candidates were Becky Lockyer and Kate Bowman. The Liberal Democrats received 19.98% of the vote and we want to increase this in the next election. The next election will be in May 2021.

Your Liberal Democrat candidates for May 6th 2021 are Phil Kemp and Becky Lockyer.

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