Council & Parliamentary Candidates & Elected Local Councillors

"Affordable housing target percentages haven't been met and are being reneged on. Our local doctors’ surgeries are full to bursting, our roads clogged and over polluted and our schools are at breaking point."

2019 North Ward Labour Candidate

Maureen Cleator

"I am appalled by the number of homeless people living on the streets."

2019 High Street Ward Labour Candidate

Barbara Neill

"At 2018 Labour SE Conference, Emily Thornbury told us that there are no unwinnable areas for Labour in the South East. With work we can win anywhere as we have shown in Fant and Shepway South in Maidstone."

2014 - 2021 Fant Ward Labour Councillor

Cllr Paul Harper

"You were let down by UKIP in 2015, whose elected councillor didn't want the job and stepped down. You have also been let down by the Conservative elected to replace her, who attended only one of the seven meetings she was supposed to be at."

2018 Park Wood Ward Labour Candidate

Dan Wilkinson

"I have gained a great deal of experience and insight working with and understanding the day to day difficulties of the people of Maidstone and aiding resolutions in disputes in cases such as Neighbourhood, Parent-Teen, Anger Management and Restorative Justice within our community. I have had significant experience within" the Justice System.

2019 Fant Ward Labour Councillor

Cllr Margaret Rose

"I have a great interest in cross-party initiatives such as 50:50 Parliament - Tell Her To Stand, and the Parliament Project, that have been set up to encourage more women to seek office."

2019 East Ward Labour Candidate

Joanna Burns

2016 - 2020 Fant Ward Labour Councillor

Cllr Keith Adkinson

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