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Re-elected, thanks to you!

Following the county council elections yesterday, I’m happy to say I’ve been re-elected to serve you for another term as County Councillor for Woodbridge. I’m also happy to say that the Woodbridge turnout of voters – at 42% – was highest in the entire Suffolk Coastal region, and the second highest in the whole of Suffolk.

Thank you!  I’ll do my best to represent all of you, whether you voted for me or not.

The Woodbridge County Council election results in full were as follows:

MULCAHY – Patti (Conservative) – 870 votes  (32% of vote)
PAGE – Caroline Anne (Liberal Democrats) – 1,127 votes (Elected) (42% of vote)
SMITH-LYTE – Rachel Ann (Green) – 122 votes  (4.5% of vote)
STALEY – Pauline Isabella (UKIP) – 327 votes  (12% of vote)
WHITE – John (Labour) – 255 votes – (9% of vote)

Total electors: 6,396

As the general said at Sebastapol:  j’y suis, j’y reste

Don’t forget to VOTE today!

Local elections in Suffolk today!

Today I’m standing for re-election as your County Councillor.

Local elections are about the things that matter in your day-to-day life. Things you might not think of as ‘political’:  how your children are taught,  how you get to work, who looks after you when you are old.

Its all very ‘close to home’ because the issues ARE close to YOUR  home.

Don’t forget to have your say! Polls are open 7am – 10pm

I’m standing for re-election in May 2013

This is just to confirm that I will be standing for re-election as your Woodbridge County Councillor in the local government elections of 2 May.

I have just circulated this leaflet throughout Woodbridge (click on the pictures for a fullsize version).

However, when you are making the important decision about who to vote for, it’s not just a question of listening to what people say – you also need to look at what they have actually done.

You can find much more information as to what I have been doing  – in and for Woodbridge, and for Suffolk as a whole –  if you search, or follow the links on this blog.

Focus March 2013 pp1&4

Focus March 2013 pages 1&4

Focus March 2013 pages 2&3

Focus March 2013 pages 2&3