Bracknell goes to the polls tomorrow
November 14, 2012
People living in Bracknell town centre can vote for a new town councillor tomorrow.
Polling in the by-election to fill the town centre seat takes place at the Kerith Centre in Church Road, Bracknell.
Four candidates are standing for the seat vacated by Neil Ellis, the owner of The Bull pub in Bracknell, who stood down in September after announcing he was leaving the town.
Lisa Bradley is standing for the Conservatives, Mark Brown is the Green Party candidate, Larraine de Laune is standing for the Liberal Democrats and Andrew Jackson in the Labour Party candidate.
In Sandhurst on Thursday, polling in the by-election to fill a vacant seat in the Owlsmoor ward of the town council will take place at Owlsmoor Community Centre, Yeovil Road.
Leo Anniballi is the Labour Party candidate. Ray Earwicker is standing for the Liberal Democrats and Andrew Shellhorn in the Conservative candidate.
Voting for the new post of Police and Crime Commissioner also takes place across the borough on Thursday.
Polling in all of the elections will be between 7am and 10pm.