Stephen Williams is a Liberal Democrats candidate in West of England Combined Authority in the Mayor of West of England Combined Authority.
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About Stephen Williams
Stephen Roy Williams is a British Liberal Democrat politician who served as Member of Parliament (MP) for Bristol West from the 2005 general election until his defeat by Labour Party candidate Thangam Debbonaire in 2015. As an MP, he served in the Cameron–Clegg coalition government as Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State in the Department of Communities and Local Government from 2013 to 2015.Read more on Wikipedia
You can meet candidates and question them at online events (often known as 'hustings'). Here are some events where Stephen Williams may be appearing:
Wednesday 28 April 2021 12:00–14:00: West of England Mayor - Economy Hustings
Thursday 22 April 2021 19:00: Bristol24/7 WECA mayoral hustings 2021
|2019||South West: European Parliament (UK) elections||Liberal Democrats||Vote count not available||2017||Bristol West: 2017 General Election||Liberal Democrats||5,201 votes (not elected)||2017||West of England Combined Authority: Mayor of West of England Combined Authority||Liberal Democrats||Vote count not available||2015||Bristol West: UK Parliament elections||Liberal Democrats||12,103 votes (not elected)||2010||Bristol West: UK Parliament elections||Liberal Democrats||26,593 votes (elected)|
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