Essex County Council Elections 2017

 

The Green Party candidate for Witham North for the 2017 County Council Election

James Abbott

Picture of James Abbott - Green Party candidate for the 2015 General Election in Witham constituencyJames Abbott lives in Rivenhall, near Witham with his family and is a Green Party District and County Councillor. He has been a member of the Green Party for 26 years.

He has stood as a Parliamentary candidate in Witham (formerly Braintree) constituency at each General election since and including 1992.

James was a European election candidate in 1994, 1999, 2004 and 2009. He is the Green Party national spokesperson on Science and Technology.

James Abbott said

“The national surge in Green support and membership is very encouraging. Many voters are looking for a viable alternative to the “main 3” parties and in Witham constituency there is a significant level of Green support already demonstrated at local elections.

I am very much looking forward to the campaign. There are more choices for voters nowadays and many people are looking for fresh ideas and a break from “business as usual” Westminster politicians.

We will be focusing on promoting positive policies for Witham constituency and highlighting the many local issues that residents are concerned about.

There are lots of strong campaign issues – the need for better health facilities, protecting the countryside from over-development, stronger local communities with more local affordable housing, investment in the railways and road safety/cycling/walking, reform of Essex County Council, supporting local small businesses, boosting renewables, energy efficiency and recycling and protecting local public services including Children’s Centres.”

 

 

 

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