London mayoral election

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  • It will take place on the same day as the London mayoral election.
  • The London mayoral election for the office of Mayor of London takes place every 4 years.
  • She was the party's candidate in the 2008 London mayoral election.
  • He subsequently announced he would run in the 2010 London mayoral election, again against DeCicco-Best.
  • Her handling of the candidate selection for the 2000 London mayoral election badly damaged her reputation.
  • Political support for the principle of Orbirail continued after the change of leadership following the London mayoral election, 2008.
  • Respect candidate Lindsey German came fifth in the 2004 London mayoral election.
  • She has also previously worked as BBC political correspondent for London, most notably during the 2000 London Mayoral election.
  • They also donated use of a call centre to Boris Johnson during his campaign to win the 2012 London mayoral election.
  • In 2008 he was a candidate in the London mayoral election for the English Democrats.
  • In October 2010, Winnicki stood as an independent in the London mayoral election.
  • Maloney stood in the London mayoral election, 2004, coming fourth with just under 7% of the vote.
  • In 2003, he was considering standing as a candidate in the 2004 London mayoral election.
  • She had first come to prominence when she covered events surrounding the 2000 London Mayoral election, and she went on to cover the 2001 general election.
  • It was the third London mayoral election, the previous elections being the first election in May 2000 and the second election in June 2004.
  • Gidoomal stood for election for the London mayoral election, 2000.
  • After the London mayoral election, 2004, Gidoomal stepped down as party leader to be succeeded by Cllr.
  • She was Respect's candidate for the London Mayoral election in June 2004, in addition to being first in the list for election to the London Assembly.
  • Four days later, Whale announced on his show his intention to stand as UKIP's candidate in the 2008 London Mayoral Election.
  • At the 2007 UK Independence Party conference, he was selected as the party's candidate to contest the London mayoral election, 2008.
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