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Euro candidate Issan Ghazni urges Lib Dems to help win in Gainsborough

December 11, 2013 2:02 PM
Originally published by East Midlands Liberal Democrats

Euro candidate Issan Ghazni made a rallying call to campaign for victory as the party fights two important by-elections in the East Midlands.

Issan Ghazni hit the streets of Gainsborough for a day of campaigning and praised the two local candidates, Lesley Rollings who is running for Lincolnshire County Council and Barry Coward who hopes to be elected onto West Lindsey District Council.

Both elections will take place next Thursday, 19th December, and Isssan Ghazni urged members in the region to help the party to a double win.

He said it was important the party triumphed, not least because local residents remember how chaotic the Independent-controlled council was until the Lib Dems took over in 2011.

"The town council was run into the ground by the Independents' and virtually went bankrupt. We must never go back to that", Issan Ghazni said.

Issan Ghazni joined an Action Day in Gainsborough to support Barry. "We have an excellent local candidate in Barry who has a solid track record of action and standing up for local people."

Issan Ghazni, pictured with Barry and Guy Grainger, secretary of the East Midlands regional executive, spent a day leafleting and discussing local campaign issues.

Issan Ghazni congratulated local campaigners for their efforts towards the European election campaign, including delivering a Euro survey to households.

"Gainsborough is important to getting Bill Newton-Dunn re-elected as our MEP and their contribution is definitely noted", he added.

* Lib Dems! I am more than happy to help out in your East Midlands local area. Please get in touch. You can email me on issanghazni@email.com

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