Alderman Vincent Keaveny

Candidate for Sheriff of the City of London 2018-19


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I am standing for election with the support of the Court of Aldermen for the office of Sheriff of the City of London at Common Hall on 25 June 2018. I have published these pages to provide you with information about me.

There are two Sheriffs in the City of London. They are elected annually on or around Midsummer's Day by the Liverymen of the City gathered together at Guildhall. By long standing convention one of the Sheriffs is an Alderman and is known as the Aldermanic Sheriff. That Sheriff may proceed for election as Lord Mayor in a future year. The Court of Aldermen undertakes an appraisal process in the Spring of each year to identify the Alderman that will be supported for election the following year. In May 2017 the Court of Aldermen decided to support me for election as Sheriff in June 2018.

The other Sheriff is usually not an Alderman. The two Sheriffs are elected at the same time in the same election by a show of hands. By tradition, each non-Aldermanic candidate asks their supporters to use their second vote to support the Aldermanic candidate. In the event of a contested election the Aldermanic candidate maintains a strictly neutral position in relation to the non-Aldermanic candidates.

I would ask for your support and endorsement
at Common Hall on 25 June.

This site is promoted by William Fraser of 1, Alleyn Road, Dulwich, London SE21 8AB on behalf of Alderman Vincent Keaveny of 34, Hurlingham Square, Peterborough Road, London SW6 3DZ.