Cambridgeshire and Peterborough mayoral elections: The candidates who say they will be standing

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image captionVoters across Cambridgeshire and Peterborough will go to the polls to elect their next mayor in May

Voters will head to the polls to elect Cambridgeshire and Peterborough's mayor on 6 May.

The election will see people choose a mayor who will act as Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority leader, a position created in 2017.

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These are the candidates who have said they intend to stand for mayor this year (listed alphabetically):

Nik Johnson, Labour

image copyrightNik Johnson

A children's doctor who has worked at Hinchingbrooke Hospital for 14 years and has been a district councillor for St Neots East on Huntingdonshire District Council since May 2018.

James Palmer, Conservatives

image copyrightTerry Harris

A former leader of East Cambridgeshire District Council and the first person to be elected as mayor for Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.

Aidan Van de Weyer, Liberal Democrats

image copyrightAidan Van de Weyer

The deputy leader of South Cambridgeshire District Council, responsible for transport and strategic planning.

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