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Alan Graves

Alan Graves is a Reform UK candidate in Derby South constituency in the UK Parliamentary general election.

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Statement to voters

Councillor Alan Graves is standing as the Reform UK party candidate in the election, and says his top priority would be getting rid of the new Combined County Authority which is being created.

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Cllr Graves says a referendum should have been held to ask people whether they wanted devolution for the area in the first place.

People weren’t given the chance to say whether we need a combined authority, so they will have the chance to show their opposition when they vote. There are far too many politicians – everyone agrees with that. I don’t know anyone who’s happy with how many we’ve got.

I am a very dedicated person, and I will take the powers of the position seriously if I am elected mayor. However, my top priority is working towards getting the position abolished. I will aim to get the people of Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire a better deal and save taxpayers’ money.

This statement was last updated on April 10, 2024.

This statement was added by Alan Graves, their team, or by a Democracy Club volunteer, based on information published by the candidate elsewhere.

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Alan Graves is the Reform UK candidate. Find out more about their policies in the Reform UK manifesto.

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Alan Graves's elections

Date Election Party Results Position
2024 Derby South: UK Parliamentary general election Reform UK (Results due after 04 July 2024) Position not available
2024 East Midlands Combined County Authority: Mayor of East Midlands Combined County Authority Reform UK 49,201 votes (not elected) 4th / 6 candidates
2023 Alvaston North: Derby local election Reform Derby and Reform UK 1,720 votes (elected) 1st / 11 candidates
2022 Alvaston: Derby local election Reform Derby and Reform UK 1,692 votes (elected) 1st / 4 candidates
2021 Aston: Derbyshire local election Reform UK 128 votes (not elected) 5th / 5 candidates
2021 Hilton: South Derbyshire local by-election Reform UK 105 votes (not elected) 6th / 6 candidates
2019 Derby North: UK Parliamentary general election Brexit Party 1,908 votes (not elected) 4th / 6 candidates
2019 East Midlands: European Parliament (UK) elections UK Independence Party (UKIP) 58,198 votes (not elected) 21st / 41 candidates
2019 Aston: South Derbyshire local election UK Independence Party (UKIP) 555 votes (not elected) 7th / 7 candidates
2018 Alvaston: Derby local election UK Independence Party (UKIP) 2,478 votes (elected) 1st / 6 candidates
2017 Derby South: UK Parliamentary general election UK Independence Party (UKIP) 2,011 votes (not elected) 3rd / 5 candidates
2015 South Derbyshire: UK Parliamentary general election UK Independence Party (UKIP) 8,998 votes (not elected) 3rd / 5 candidates
2010 Derby South: UK Parliamentary general election Independent 1,357 votes (not elected) 5th / 5 candidates
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