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What time will you know who your new MP is?

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Stroud voters keen to know which party has won in their constituency will need to stay up through the night to find out who their new MP is.

The county heads to the polls on Thursday with the rest of the nation, and once polling stations close at 10pm, local councils kick into gear to get all the votes counted.

The count will take place at Stratford Park Leisure Centre with results expected in at 3.30am, Friday.

Stroud Labour hopeful Dr Simon Opher is a firm favourite to oust Conservative Siobhan Baillie, who has held the Westminster seat since 2019, toppling David Drew, who had been the constituency’s MP on and off for 12 years.

Her majority stands at 3,840 but Labour is once again looking to reclaim the Stroud, needing a 2% swing to do so.

Other candidates include Volt UK’s Jason Hughes, Liberal Democrat George James and Green Party candidate Pete Kennedy. Reform UK have selected Christopher Lester. Also standing is Independent Saskia Whitfield.

However, Labour candidate Dr Opher stated on social media: “It’s not in the bag or a done deal. The only way to make a change is to vote for it.”

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