Wednesday, 28 November 2012

Croydon North Needs Andy Stranack

Tomorrow voters in Croydon North will go to the polls with a very clear choice about the future of their community. They can choose a complacent Labour candidate from another Borough or a dedicated community and charity worker in Conservative candidate Andy Stranack.
I know Andy well and I know how much respect he commands from his work on the ground with residents in Croydon North. Andy is a fighter with a strong heart who puts his community first and would make an excellent representative for Croydon North. When he was just five years old, he was told he would never be able to walk due to his cerebral palsy, just two years later he proved them wrong. Andy also rises above petty party politics, working closely with his friend, the late Croydon North MP Malcolm Wicks to set up the Croydon Disability Forum in 1995.
Tomorrow, Croydon North needs to select a representative that lives in and knows the area. Croydon North needs someone that will fight for residents and support them through thick and thin.
Vote Andy Stranack for Croydon North.
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