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UKIP join big three parties in fielding candidates for police and crime commissioner election
Candidates from four parties will fight to become Hertfordshire’s first police and crime commissioner, it has been confirmed.
An official list of the candidates released today showed the Conservatives, Liberal Democrats, Labour and UKIP will all be on the ballot paper on November 15.
The deadline for parties to enter candidates passed on Friday.
The four challengers, in alphabetical order, are Sherma Batson (Labour), David Lloyd (Conservative), Marion Mason (UKIP) and Christopher Townsend (Liberal Democrat).
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