I Can Win Today With Your Help

Labour

If you’re a Labour voter in Kidlington West please consider lending your vote to me in the District Council elections.

After coming a close second to the Tories last year, I have a very good chance of winning the seat this year anyway.  But with the help of a few progressive minded Labour voters I could be assured of that win.

Labour and the Greens share many ideals about social justice, unions, anti-austerity and creating a fairer society for everyone.  I have a chance to forward those aims in Kidlington as the most likely candidate to take the seat from the incumbent Tory.

If you want to see a Conservative defeat in Kidlington West, I’m your best chance of that.  I hope you’ll give real thought to voting tactically today to help me help you send a message to the Conservatives that their days of heartless government are numbered.

Please vote Green today and let’s all score a win against Conservative complacency!

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About Ian Middleton

Ian writes a regular column for Retail Week Magazine and also writes for Huffington Post and other new media platforms as well as contributing comment pieces for national newspapers and magazines. He is the Green Party Parliamentary candidate for Banbury in North Oxfordshire and a district and parish councillor in Cherwell in Oxfordshire. Ian has appeared on TV and local and national radio talking about politics and retail. He is an ethical entrepreneur with areas of expertise in retail and social entrepreneurship, but he also writes and comments on music, food, the environment, ethical consumerism, technology, renewable energy and animal and human rights. He is also a trained psychologist, musician, runner, hiker, allotmenteer, vegan, humanist and committed atheist.

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