THE election nominees for the Senedd election, on May 6, have been announced.
- Janet Deborah Brocklehurst, Propel: Wales Needs Champions
- Alan Terence Coulthard, Independent
- Stuart Field, Abolish The Welsh Assembly Party
- Richard Rhys Grigg, Plaid Cymru
- Michael Lindsay Hancock, Reform UK
- Jane Elizabeth Hutt, Welsh Labour
- Karl-James Langford, Gwlad – The Welsh Independence Party
- Neill Vasudeo Shah, Freedom Alliance. No Lockdowns. No Curfews.
- Anthony David Slaughter, Green Party
- Matt Smith, Welsh Conservative
- Sally Anne Stephenson, Welsh Liberal Democrats – Put Recovery First
The Police and Crime Commissioner election will also take place on May 6.
These are the South Wales candidates for Police and Crime Commissioner :
- Mike Baker, Independent
- Steve Gallagher, Conservative Candidate – More Police, Safer Streets
- Gail Moyra John, Propel: Wales Needs Champions
- Callum James Littlemore, Welsh Liberal Democrats – Put Recovery First
- Nadine Rachel Marshall, Plaid Cymru
- Alun Edward Michael, Labour and Co-operative Party
There are three ways people can vote in the Senedd and Police and Crime Commissioner election: by post, by appointing someone they trust to vote in their place (known as a proxy vote), or in person.
The deadline to apply for a postal vote is 5pm on April 20; the deadline for a proxy vote is 5pm on April 27.
For those who choose to vote in person, polling stations will be open on May 6. People voting in person are asked to bring their own pen or pencil, wear a face covering, clean hands when entering and leaving the station, and keep a safe distance from other voters.
Anyone with symptoms of coronavirus, or asked to self-isolate, should not go to the polling stations. There will be provisions in place to apply for an emergency proxy vote in case of medical circumstances.