Free Party (UK)

Free Party (UK)

The Free Party was a minor political party in the United Kingdom. They were founded to promote the free party scene during the 2001 general election. They stood candidates for the three Parliamentary seats within the city of Brighton and Hove, under names associated with the Church of the SubGenius. They proposed to select their policies from a wheel of fortune.

Read more about Free Party (UK):  Bob Dobbs, Elections Contested By Free Party and Allies

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Free Party (UK) - Elections Contested By Free Party and Allies
... Date of election Candidate name Constituency PartyVotes % 1997 general election Bob Dobbs Brighton, Pavilion Church of the SubGenius 125 0.3 2001 general election Bob Dobbs ...

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