Epsom and Ewell Constituency Candidates 12th December 2019

The Statement Of Persons Nominated And Notice Of Poll for the Election of a Member of Parliament for Epsom and Ewell Constituency has been issued by Epsom & Ewell Borough Council. The election is to be held on Thursday 12th December 2019. Below, in Surname alphabetical order as per the statement, are the candidates for said election on the 12th dec 2019.

BAKER Janice , Green Party

Janice has been a member of the Green Party since 2014. What drove her into politics in her twenties was volunteering in community projects around Sutton, and campaigning against apartheid and racism.   Her passion is to see people’s movements convince powerful forces that they cannot get away with exploiting us and our finite resources. That’s why she serve on the steering group of Divest Surrey to end Surrey County Council investment in gas and oil completely. Working with others to set up Sustainable Epsom is very rewarding and I’m passionate about animal rights and absolutely opposed to factory farming.  CLICK HERE to read more

GEE Steve, Liberal Democrats

Steve will be fighting against Brexit, working to protect jobs and the economy, standing up for our NHS locally and nationally, helping to fix our housing crisis and seeking to reverse funding cuts to services affecting children and vulnerable adults. He will also fight to protect the rights of EU citizens currently living in the UK and for the rights of those UK citizens who currently live elsewhere in the EU CLICK HERE to read more

GRAYLING Chris, Conservatives

Chris has represented Epsom and Ewell since 2001. Over the years he has campaigned successfully to stop emergency services being transferred from Epsom to St Helier on several occasions. His priorities now are to make sure that new homes can be provided locally without damaging the character of the area, to secure a strong future for Epsom Hospital and to make sure that Epsom and Ewell gets some of the 20,000 extra police who are being recruited nationally. He lives locally, shops locally and commutes by train to London. CLICK HERE to read more

MAYNE Ed, Labour

Ed was the Labour candidate in Epsom and Ewell in 2017 and came second behind Chris Grayling. He works for South Western Railway as a train driver. He will fight for more investment in public transport and for a train service you can rely on. Train travel is currently overpriced and too unreliable after 25 years of privatisation. He sees first-hand the damage Tory cuts have done to local services particularly for young people and he will fight to bring back youth services and defend Sure Start Labour’s policy of a second referendum will give you the chance to vote again. Only a Labour vote can beat the Tories and stop Brexit. If elected he will campaign to remain

Clive David, Independent

National party politics is a depressing spectacle at the moment and, frankly, we all deserve better. For that reason Clive has decided to stand as an Independent candidate. He has worked as a local councillor for more than 12 years, including five years spent in the Council leader role, and he is currently Deputy Chairman for the Local Government Association. He therefore believe he is a credible Independent alternative to the candidates being offered by the major political parties. You will be able to rely on him to always vote in the interests of local residents, putting the needs of Epsom & Ewell, not any political party, first. CLICK HERE to read more

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