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Our Kent County Council candidates

March 23, 2017 11:06 PM
By Jordan Williams

Candidates and members

Over the past 18 months the party has gone from strength to strength. In this time East Kent Coast Liberal Democrats membership has risen over 263% and continues to grow each day as more people join the real opposition to our current government and our local authorities who have grown complacent. We cover two very different areas from far reaches of Dover to the quiet villages of Acol and Birchington. Each of our towns have very unique needs but our representatives leave us without a real voice time and time again. Our local party chair Martyn Pennington adds "more and more people are joining the Liberal Democrats because they're fed up with extremist dogma and nationalist rhetoric. Lib Dems are for an open,tolerant and united country, and as councillors we have a fantastic record throughout the UK in doing sensible things for ordinary people."

It is with this that East Kent Coast Liberal Democrats are very happy to announce we are fielding a candidate in nearly every Division. We want as many residents as possible to have the chance to vote for real change on May 4th and we mean to give them that opportunity come polling day.

On May 4th we all get the chance to vote for our next county councillors. We are the only party standing up and being the real opposition. People are turning to the Liberal Democrats every day because they are seeing us as the party that talks to its residents and fights for the things that matter to them. Across the country we are gaining more council seats every weeks, even in areas we were never expected to win. So on May 4th vote for a real change, vote for the real opposition and vote Liberal Democrats.

Read about our candidates on our County Council Elections 2017 web page.