Ahead of the General Election on July 4, we have compiled a list of the Parliamentary candidates standing to be elected for many of the North East’s major seats.

You will be able to register to vote in the General Election until midnight on Tuesday (June 18).

Below we have compiled a list of candidates for seats in Darlington, Stockton, Middlesbrough, Hartlepool, Bishop Auckland, Durham, Newton Aycliffe, Sunderland, and more.

Stockton North

Jo Barton – Liberal Democrats

Samuel Ernest Bradford – Green Party

Niall Bell Innes – Conservative

John Gerard McDermottroe – Reform UK

Chris McDonald – Labour

Stockton South

Nigel Frederick Boddy – Liberal Democrats

Monty Brack – Independents for Direct Democracy

Vivek Chhabra

Joe Dancey – Labour

Steve Matthews – Reform UK

Niko Omilana - Independent

Anna-Maria Toms – Green Party

Matt Vickers – Conservative

Mohammed Zaroof – Independent


Peter Gibson – Conservative

Lola McEvoy – Labour

Matthew Snedker – Green Party

Simon Thorley – Liberal Democrats

Michael Walker – Reform UK


Gary John Conlin – Social Democratic Party

John Henry Davies – Reform UK

Ruth Hatton – Green Party

Chris Jones – Liberal Democrats

Anna Turley – Labour

Jacob Young – Conservative

Middlesbrough and Thornaby East

Mehmoona Ameen - Workers Party of Britain

Mark Alan Baxtrem - Independent

Kiran Fothergill - Conservative

Matthew Gareth Harris - Green Party

Andy McDonald - Labour

Patrick John Miles Seargeant - Reform UK

Mo Waqas - Liberal Democrats

Middlesbrough South & East Cleveland

Simon Clarke - Conservative

Jemma Joy - Liberal Democrats

Rod Liddle - Social Democratic Party

Rowan McLaughlin - Green Party

Luke Myer – Labour

Bishop Auckland

Rhys Burriss – Reform UK

Helen Cross – Liberal Democrats

Sarah Hannan – Green Party

Jane MacBean – Conservative

Louise Maughan – Transform Party

Sam Rushworth – Labour

Blaydon and Consett

Vicky Anderson – Liberal Democrats

David Ayre – Reform UK

Richard Simpson – Green Party

Angela Sterling – Conservative

Paul Topping – Social Democratic Party

Liz Twist – Labour

City of Durham

Mark Belch – Reform UK

Jonathan Elmer – Green Party

Mary Foy – Labour

Luke Holmes – Conservative

Sarah Welbourne – Social Democratic Party

Mark Wilkes – Liberal Democrats


Stephen Ashfield – Green Party

Mary Cartwright – North East Party

Tony Ferguson – Liberal Democrats

Joanne Howey – Conservative

Grahame Morris – Labour

Lynn Murphy – Reform UK

Newton Aycliffe and Spennymoor

Brian Agar – Transform Party

Anne-Marie Curry – Liberal Democrats

John Grant – Reform UK

Paul Howell – Conservative

Jack Hughes – Green Party

Alan Strickland – Labour

Minhajul Suhon – Workers Party

North Durham

Luke Akehurst – Labour

Chris Bradburn – Workers Party

George Carter – Conservative

Tom Chittenden – Social Democratic Party

Andrew Husband – Reform UK

David Lindsay – Independent

Craig Martin – Liberal Democrats

Sunny Moon-Schott – Green Party

Houghton and Sunderland South

Richard Bradley – Green Party

Chris Burnicle – Conservative

Paul Edgeworth – Liberal Democrats

Bridget Phillipson – Labour

Sam Woods-Brass – Reform UK

Sunderland Central

Malcolm Atkinson – Labour

Rachel Featherstone – Green Party

Niall Hodson – Liberal Democrats

Greg Peacock – Conservative

Chris Eynon – Reform UK

Washington and Gateshead South

Michal Chantowski – Green Party

Paul Donaghy – Reform UK

Sharon Hodgson – Labour

Sharon McLafferty – Independent

Ciaran Morrissey – Liberal Democrats

Shaun Parsons - Conservative