Category: Election 2010

Graham Stuart Re-elected

Congratulations to Graham Stuart on his re-election as Member of Parliament for the Beverley and Holderness Constituency. The results of the poll are as follows: Graham Stuart – Conservative – 25,063 Craig Dobson – Liberal Democrats – 12,076 Ian Saunders – Labour Party – 11,224 Neil Whitelam – […]

ELECTION 2010: You Decide

UPDATE: Graham Stuart on BBC Radio Humberside reported at 12:30am from Beverley Leisure Centre (where the count is taking place) that he was “quietly confident” about winning. There was a 67.2% turnout which was up from 64.8% in 2005. —————————————- UPDATE: A polling station officer in Alexandra Hall […]


Ask your question of the General Election candidates… ELECTION 2010: The General Election takes place on Thursday 6th May 2010. The Hedon Blog hopes to be able to raise issues about the town (and the HU12 postcode area) directly with each candidate. But which issues? The first HU12 […]

Reflecting on the Hedon Blog

BBC LOOK NORTH will feature a discussion on the General Election this evening (23rd April 2010, 6:30pm) and contrast the traditional methods of campaigning using the megaphone and soapbox with the new forms of digital engagement that are now available using the internet. The Hedon Blogger was invited […]

Candidates: Some Policies

ELECTION 2010: The election campaign has really started now. The candidates are beginning to outline their policies. Craig Dobson from the Liberal Democrats, Graham Stuart, Conservative, Bill Rigby, Green and Ian Saunders, Labour give their views on key issues below (from news releases and websites):