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Brighton and Hove Liberal Democrats

Brighton Kemptown Constituency

Only part of the constituency lies within the area covered by Brighton and Hove Liberal Democrats. The current boundaries of the Kemptown Constituency are: The City of Brighton and Hove wards of East Brighton, Moulescombe and Bevendean, Queen's Park, Rottingdean Coastal, and Woodingdean, and the District of Lewes wards of East Saltdean and Telscombe Cliffs, Peacehaven East, Peacehaven North, and Peacehaven West.

Between 1970 and 1997 the Constituency was represented by Andrew Bowden a Conservative in 1997 Des Turner took the seat for Labour but in 2010 it reverted to Conservative with Simon Kirby being the current MP. The LibDems have consistently been in third place until the election in 2015 when we were pushed to fifth. Our best performance was in 2010 when we gained 18% of the vote.

Over the years the Liberal Democrats have had councillors is various parts of the Constituency.