Free Party (UK) - Elections Contested By Free Party and Allies

Elections Contested By Free Party and Allies

Date of election Candidate name Constituency Party Votes %
1997 general election Bob Dobbs Brighton, Pavilion Church of the SubGenius 125 0.3
2001 general election Bob Dobbs Brighton, Pavilion Free Party 409 1.0
2001 general election Dave Dobbs Brighton, Kemptown Free Party 227 0.6
2001 general election Simon Dobbshead Hove Free Party 196 0.5
2005 general election Gene Dobbs Brighton, Kemptown none 47 0.1
2005 general election Bob Dobbs Hove none 95 0.2

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