Tuesday, 6 April 2010
Here is a link to a page which explains the boundary changes which affect Irlam and Cadishead for the General Election on May 6th. These changes probably enhance the chances of a Conservative being returned for this area for the first time, especially if the turnout is below 60%. History suggests that most non-voters would probably favour Labour - so if turnout is over 70% we can expect a swing back to Labour.
Of course the imponderables are Labours' national record - and their relatively new candidate Barbara Keeley.
There are four candidates:
Posted by Steve M at 9:56 pm