Sarah Hayward got the female nominations in all of them. Judging from twitter and Richard Osley's blog it seems that Starmer got 6 of the male nominations with Patrick French getting Highgate ward. Raj Chada got the additional BAME nomination in all wards so far.
Natalie BENNETT (Green Party) Will BLAIR (The Conservative Party Candidate) Jill FRASER (Liberal Democrats) Vanessa HUDSON (Animal Welfare Party) Shane O'DONNELL (Cannabis is Safer than Alcohol) David O'SULLIVAN (For socialism, Against austerity and war)* Maxine SPENCER (UK Independence Party (UKIP)) Keir STARMER (Labour Party)
(* Registered description of the Socialist Equality Party)
Natalie Bennett (Green Party) spent £40,578 to finish third. Keir Starmer (Labour) spent £20,440, and Will Blair (Conservative) under £13,000.
I'd be interested to see the comparison with the other London seats where we also got into double figures percentage wise - the 2 Hackney seats, Lewisham Deptford, Islington North.
I suspect that we might have got a very similar result here with a much smaller spend. The question is could we have got a better result elsewhere with the resources there instead - maybe not. But then the aim this year was always to try and establish more of a platform to build on in the future.
"God knows I'm no Tory, and I never set eyes on a Whig yet without feeling the need of a bath..."