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TUSC election candidates and results from 2011 to 2022

Posted: 7 June 2022

In every year since 2011 that the Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (TUSC) has contested elections* it has always published the detailed results of every candidate that appeared on the ballot paper under its umbrella as a public record - something which we are not aware that any other party or coalition standing candidates does. Below are the results reports produced for each year.

TUSC election results May 2022

See https://www.tusc.org.uk/txt/472.pdf

TUSC election results May 2021

See https://www.tusc.org.uk/txt/446.pdf

TUSC local election results 2018

See http://www.tusc.org.uk/txt/424.pdf

TUSC local election results 2017

See http://www.tusc.org.uk/txt/400.pdf

TUSC election results May 2016

See http://www.tusc.org.uk/txt/380.pdf

TUSC election results May 2015

See http://www.tusc.org.uk/txt/338.pdf

TUSC election results May 2014

See http://www.tusc.org.uk/txt/307.pdf

TUSC election results 2013

See http://www.tusc.org.uk/pdfs/2013/2013TUSClocalelectionresults.pdf

TUSC election results May 2012

See http://www.tusc.org.uk/pdfs/2012/2012TUSClocalelectionresults.pdf

TUSC election results 2011

See http://www.tusc.org.uk/pdfs/2011/2011TUSClocalelectionresults.pdf

* TUSC recalibrated its electoral activity following Jeremy Corbyn's election as Labour leader, a development which it warmly welcomed.

Consequently TUSC did not contest either the 2017 or 2019 general elections and stood on a more limited basis in other elections, only against those Labour candidates who opposed Jeremy Corbyn and were carrying out austerity policies. But with Keir Starmer's election as leader TUSC agreed to resume standing more widely again, starting in the May 2021 elections (see http://www.tusc.org.uk/17410/04-09-2020/back-at-work-tusc-to-stand-in-elections-again-against-pro-austerity-politicians).


An application form, a guide to the rules... how you can become a TUSC candidate

Posted: 9 November 2021

The Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition was set-up to enable trade unionists, community campaigners and socialists to stand candidates under a common anti-austerity and socialist banner. The only provision is that candidates are expected to endorse the TUSC core policies platform for the relevant election (see http://tusc.org.uk/policy.php).

By law candidates who wish to appear on the ballot paper using the name and logo of a registered party have to submit to the council election staff, along with their nomination forms, a Certificate of Authorisation to use a Party Description, signed by the registered Nominating Officer of the party. We have produced a form to process applications for a TUSC Certificate of Authorisation for local council elections, which is available on the TUSC website at http://www.tusc.org.uk/txt/454.doc (if you are having difficulty opening this link, try copying it into your browser). Submitting an application will be taken as indicating a prospective candidate's agreement with the TUSC election platform.

TUSC has also produced a summary guide for candidates and election agents looking to contest local council elections. The latest edition, produced for the May 2022 elections, is available as a downloadable PDF at https://www.tusc.org.uk/txt/455.pdf and prospective candidates and agents are encouraged to read it before submitting an application form.

The guide contains information on the official regulations governing the elections, based on publications produced by the Electoral Commission, along with some tips and pointers drawn from the previous experience of TUSC election campaigners.

It also includes information on the procedures agreed by the Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition national steering committee on how to become a TUSC candidate.