The Liberal Democrats are fielding candidates for all five Parliamentary in Liverpool for the General Election on Thursday 8th June 2017.
Find out more about your candidates below.
Tom Sebire: Tom joined the Liberal Democrats in 2015, following the General Election. He lives in Liverpool and is supporting the continued drive to re-establish a strong Lib Dem presence on Liverpool City Council. He stood as a candidate for St Michaels ward in the 2016 elections. Tom is married to Catherine, a junior doctor working in Liverpool. Tom is a management consultant, working with Water and Energy companies to improve their processes and organisations, helping them to deliver a better and more efficient service to customers. Tom is passionately pro-European, and is determined to maintain our privileged economic relationship with the EU.
Cllr Richard Kemp CBE: Richard is the longest serving member of Liverpool City Council completing 34 years of service at the end of April. In addition to serving as a Liverpool Councillor he was the Leader of the Liberal Democrats in Local Government and Vice Chair of the LGA for 8 years. He currently serves as Lib Dem Spokes on Health & Social Care at the LGA. He is married to Erica who served as a councillor for 23 years and was Lord Mayor of Liverpool in 2014/15.
Anna Martin: Anna is a local business owner in Garston and has lived in the area all of her life. Anna is Secretary of the Liverpool Lib Dems and stood in Garston and Halewood in 2015. She increased the vote for Cressington ward in the 2016 local elecitons. Anna will be working closely with local councillors Mirna Juarez and Malcolm Kelly to deliver a great result on 8th June and build the foundations for more Lib Dem gains on the council. Anna is partnered to Kris Brown, Liverpool Walton candidate and has three children.
Paul Parr: Paul lives in West Derby village with his wife, Dr Elizabeth Parr. He is a management consultant in financial services and enjoys spending his spare time with family and on his allotment. Paul was a city councillor in Knotty Ash from 2007 to 2011 and, having stood for Parliament in West Derby in 2010 and 2015, is standing in this election as the local candidate who is passionate about our area and will work hard for everyone.
Kris Brown: Kris is currently Chair of the Liverpool Liberal Democrats and stood for Wallasey at the 2015 General Election. Kris works in mental health and has previously worked in public affairs for renewable energy clients. Kris was the Agent for Britain Stronger in Europe for Liverpool in the June 2016 referendum. He partners Garston and Halewood candidate, Anna Martin and has two children.