Sunday, 21 July 2013

Green Party adopts candidate for Ashford

Ashford Green Party are pleased to announce they have chosen Mandy Rossi as their Prospective Parliamentary Candidate.

Since joining the Greens, Mandy has marched with London Greens against the Badger cull, supported Keith Taylor MEP's campaign against fracking in Kent, against live exports through Dover and attended the People's Assembly meeting supporting Green Party leader Natalie Bennett.  Locally she has campaigned against greenfield development and for improved cycle routes through Ashford, as well as cycling 45 miles to raise money for the Pilgrim's Hospice.

She has overseen the recent increase in membership of the Ashford Green Party, who stood seven candidates in all seats in the KCC elections.

Mandy said: "I am delighted to represent the Green Party and would love to be the voice of Ashford residents in parliament.  As a Green MP I will campaign strongly for cheaper transport, cleaner air to breathe and proper jobs that pay a living wage instead of '0 hours contracts'.

"We need to protect our NHS, re-nationalise our railways and abolish the bedroom tax.  Only the Green Party have the policies to tackle these problems."

Ashford Greens are confident that Mandy will be supported in 2015 by a strong team of candidates at Ashford Borough Council level, and 17 Parliamentary Candidates across Kent.

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tom manley said...

Why not make the key of the philosophical basis; economic and ecological Sustainability the prime reason for standing instead of the ragbag of populist left-liberal causes?

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