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The Ribble Valley constituency has a total population of 97,443, of which 77,254 are eligible (18+) to vote (79.3%).
Ribble Valley ranks 99th in a list of the largest constituencies in the UK (geographical size), and 295th in a list of the largest constituencies by population size.
Nigel Martin Evans (born 10 November 1957) is a British politician. Since 1992 he has been Member of Parliament for the Ribble Valley constituency, representing the Conservative Party until 2013, when he became an Independent. He was First Deputy Chairman of Ways and Means, one of the Speaker's three deputies, from 2010 until his resignation in 2013 after allegations of crimes for which he was acquitted. Evans was reselected to stand as a Conservative candidate for Ribble Valley on 8 September 2014.
Wikipedia page: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nigel_Evans
Election turnout for the Ribble Valley constituency in 2015 was 67.10%, higher than the average UK turnout at 66.1%.
|Candidate||Party||Gender||Date of Birth||Website|
|David Hinder||Labour||Male||26 November 1954 (64)||-||http://ribblevalleylabour.org.uk/|
|Grace Christine Astley||Independent||Female||-||-||-|
|Jackie Pearcey||Liberal Democrat||Female||23 September 1963 (55)||-||-|
|Nigel Evans||Conservative||Male||10 November 1957 (61)||-||http://www.nigel-evans.org.uk/|
|Shirley Parkinson||UK Independence Party||Female||19 May 1905 (113)||-||-|
|Tony Johnson||The Independent Political Alliance Party||Male||-||-||-|
|Liberal Democrat||Knox, Allan|
Election turnout for the Ribble Valley constituency in 2010 was 67%, higher than the average UK turnout at 65.1%.
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