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Members of Guildford Labour Party will be out and about on the streets of our town over the next month encouraging voters to cast their vote for staying in the EU in next month's referendum.

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Last weekend the Labour Party stall was set-up in Westborough and today we handed out leaflets and discussed the referendum with residents in Onslow.

Contact us if you are interested in helping our campaign to remain within the EU.

If you aren’t already on the electoral register, you must register by 7 June if you want to vote in the EU referendum on 23 June.  More details are available on the following website:

https://www.gov.uk/register-to-vote

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Guildford Labour Party In For Europe

Members of Guildford Labour Party will be out and about on the streets of our town over the next month encouraging voters to cast their vote for staying in the...

James Walsh has been elected to represent Stoke Ward on Guildford Borough Council at the recent by-election.

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He joins Angela Gunning as the second Labour councillor to represent the ward, after securing 528 votes from local residents.

James told the Guildford Dragon website that he would look to be a voice on the Borough Council for all Stoke residents.

"I have not got into politics to be partisan. You have to look after everyone. So if someone comes to me who voted, say, Conservative, of course I would still help them.

“Where there are causes of common interest with councillors of different parties you have to work together to get things done. But where there are differences I am not afraid to express them."

James elected to represent Stoke Ward

James Walsh has been elected to represent Stoke Ward on Guildford Borough Council at the recent by-election.

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James Walsh is standing for election on 5 May to be the second Labour councillor in Stoke ward, alongside Cllr Angela Gunning.

 

The people in Stoke ward need another Labour councillor to work hard for them, because they have been let down badly - A by-election has been called in Stoke Ward after the former Conservative councillor didn’t do any work or represent Stoke residents at any council meetings at all.

James has loads of experience in getting things done. Before he married and settled down in Guildford, he was a councillor and cabinet member, running Slough Borough for six years.   There he represented residents on hundreds of issues – from fixing roads to clearing fly-tipping and housing problems. He will be a strong and experienced voice sticking up for Stoke.

You will be able to contact James all-year round by phone, by email and face-to-face; he'll be working for you and your family day by day.

James Walsh- a man who gets things done

James Walsh is standing for election on 5 May to be the second Labour councillor in Stoke ward, alongside Cllr Angela Gunning.  

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