Election 2015

May’s general election promises to be the most open and exciting in years with the major parties struggling to convince us that we should vote for them. The rise of smaller parties means the race to Number 10 is wide open and voters in our region will play a crucial role in deciding who governs us for the next five years.

The Hunts Post's election section is where you’ll find all the latest news from the campaign trail, candidate profiles and voting guides. We’ll keep you up-to-date with everything you need to know for the 2015 election.

Election news

With a month to go before the 2015 General Election we want to know your views.

Independent council candidates Jennifer Sarabia, Scott Hutchison, Edd Welsh, Guy Makey, Peter Clark and Margaret Meredith.

Five more independents have put their names forward to stand in the Huntingdon Town Council election in May.

General election 2015

Have you got a question to ask the prospective MP for Huntingdon? If so, The Hunts Post is hosting a hustings event for residents to have their say before the election.

Rachel Pask Election panelist

Targeting tax-avoiding corporations, increased funding for mental health services and a new Help to Buy scheme were among the most popular aspects of the final budget of the current Government, according to members of the Hunts Post election panel.

Election panelist Bob Mullineaux, from Great Stukeley,

There are fewer than 60 days until the general election which is being described as pivotal.

Cambs Election Timeline

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How to vote

Tuesday, March 24, 2015
Votes being counted

Want to know how to vote in the 2015 election?

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Election Polling Stations

Monday, March 23, 2015
Polling station

Find your local polling station in our list

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Ward Map

Ward Map

Click here for the Huntingdonshire ward map »


Why you should vote

Tuesday, March 24, 2015
Ballot box

Not sure whether to vote in the upcoming general election? See our reasons to vote here...

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Hunts Post Election 2015


A14 Campaign with MP Jonathan Djanogly

Conservative Party candidate

Lord Toby Jug, unveiling the Eccentic Party's new deputy party leader, Brenda the Fender, a bass guitar, in St Ives, with (back l-r) Minister for Didgeridoo's Peter Bernie, Minister in Waiting Mick White, Minister for Beards Lord Bungle, Minister of Ovine Theology Joshua Francis,

Eccentric Party of Great Britain candidate

Nik Johnson

Labour Party candidate

Rod Cantrill

Liberal Democrat Party candidate

Green party candidate Tom Maclennan, from Alconbury,

Green Party candidate