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Andy Street

Andy Street is the Conservative and Unionist Party candidate for Mayor of West Midlands.

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About Andy Street

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Andrew John Street is a British businessman and Conservative Party politician who was the managing director of John Lewis from 2007 to 2016, when he resigned to run for Mayor of the West Midlands. Street won the May 2017 mayoral election, defeating SiƓn Simon with 50.4% of the vote in the second round. He was re-elected in 2021, defeating Labour candidate Liam Byrne. He is Britain's first openly gay directly-elected metro mayor.

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Election events

You can meet candidates and question them at events (often known as 'hustings'). Here are some events where Andy Street may be appearing:

Tuesday 26 March 2024 17:00 –21:00: The Lunar Society Metro-Mayoral Hustings Event 2024 , Holt Street The Sky Garden Birmingham B7 4BP

Andy Street's Elections

Date Election Party Results Position
2024 West Midlands Combined Authority: Mayor of West Midlands Conservative and Unionist Party (Results due after 02 May 2024) Position not available
2021 West Midlands Combined Authority: Mayor of West Midlands Combined Authority Conservative and Unionist Party Elected (vote count not available) Position not available
2017 West Midlands Combined Authority: Mayor of West Midlands Combined Authority Conservative and Unionist Party 216,280 votes (elected) 1st / 6 candidates

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