Belfast General Election 2024 candidates in full - All 30 people running on July 4

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A total of 30 candidates are running in the Belfast constituencies at the 2024 General Election.

Voters across the UK are heading to the polls to vote in 650 MPs. Of these, 18 MPs will be returned to represent each of the constituencies in Northern Ireland at Westminster. There are 136 candidates across the region competing for these 18 seats.

This election will be the first fought on the new boundaries which saw changes to the geographical areas including South Belfast having been renamed Belfast South and Mid Down. The changes came about after The Parliamentary Constituencies Act 2020 required that most seats have between 69,724 and 77,062 voters.

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In the Belfast area, the Belfast West constituency has the highest number of candidates with 10 candidates up against each other for the area's seat. Alliance, the SDLP, and the Green Party are the only parties who will be fielding a candidate in each of Belfast's four constituencies.

Here is the full list of all the candidates running for election in each area of Belfast in the UK General Election:

Belfast East

Séamas de Faoite (SDLP)

Naomi Long (Alliance)

Ryan North (Independent)

Gavin Robinson (DUP)

John Ross (TUV)

Brian Smyth (Green Party)

Ryan Warren (UUP)

Belfast North

Philip Brett (DUP)

David Clarke (TUV)

Fiona Ferguson (People Before Profit)

John Finucane (Sinn Féin)

Nuala McAllister (Alliance)

Mal O'Hara (Green Party)

Carl Whyte (SDLP)

Belfast South and Mid Down

Dan Boucher (TUV)

Áine Groogan (Green Party)

Claire Hanna (SDLP)

Michael Henderson (UUP)

Tracey Kelly (DUP)

Kate Nicholl (Alliance)

Belfast West

Gerry Carroll (People Before Profit)

Paul Doherty (SDLP)

Gerard Herdman (Aontú)

Ash Jones (Green Party)

Tony Mallon (Independent)

Paul Maskey (Sinn Féin)

Ann McClure (TUV)

Frank McCoubrey (DUP)

Eóin Millar (Alliance)

Ben Sharkey (UUP)

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