Co-Chairman of the Conservative Party Baroness Sayeeda Warsi showed her support for Liverpool and Tony Caldeira’s Mayoral Campaign as guest of honour at a recent dinner at the Liverpool Hilton.
Health Minister, Andrew Lansley, visited Liverpool backing Tony's campaign for Mayor.
Tony featured in Arif Ansari's North West Tonight feature on the Mayoral Campaign in Liverpool and outlines key pledges from his election manifesto.
The City of Liverpool Conservatives are pleased to announce that they will field a “full slate” of 30 candidates for the Liverpool City Council elections on May 3rd 2012.
Liverpool businessman Tony Caldeira has today been officially declared as the Conservative candidate for the position of Elected Mayor of Liverpool for the election on Thursday 3rd May.
On Thursday, 3rd May 2012, everyone of voting age in Liverpool will be asked who should be the city's first ever mayor. First and foremost, the mayor will be promoting Liverpool's interests in Britain and abroad. As the Conservative candidate, Tony Caldeira has strong ties to the Government, putting him in the best position to work closely with the Prime Minister and the Cabinet to ensure Liverpool gets the best deal.
Liverpool entrepreneur Tony Caldeira has been selected by the Conservative Party to be their candidate for the Liverpool Mayoral Election on May 3rd 2012.