A quick look and theres not many obvious marginals - perhaps Overton (Lancaster DC) which is close between the two main parties and a general election turnout may make a difference? The Greens will fancy their chances in Newport West (IofW)
As a Redingensian, I can tell you Kentwood is a marginal but one which is trending against us in the local elections and one we need to win to win Reading West. This will be a very interesting result,particularly being on the same day as the GE.
BROWN, David Andrew – The Conservative Party Candidate – 2,038 votes O’CONNOR, Lorraine Louise – Independent – 453 votes TAYLOR, Alan – Liberal Democrats – 415 votes
HOWARD, Martin Deen – The Conservative Party Candidate – 955 votes BARTON, Jacqueline Ellan – Labour Party – 437 votes JENKINS, Lyndon Joseph – Independent – 195 votes RANSOME, Sue – Independent – 112 votes STEVENSON, Jason – Liberal Democrats – 100 votes MOORE, Christopher Michael – Blue Revolution – 62 votes