Labour announce candidate for Central Devon
The Central Devon Labour party has today, announced that Lisa Robillard Webb has been selected as Labour’s candidate for the Central Devon constituency to stand in this June’s General Election.
Lisa was born and raised in Devon and lives in the heart of the community with her husband and two sons. She runs her own small business and works part-time at her local primary school.
Lisa has been Chair of Central Devon Labour Party for four years and has been active in local and national elections; standing as candidate in local elections and campaigning in two General Elections and the European Referendum.
Speaking after the selection, Lisa said: “Devon is my home. It’s where I live and work and where I am raising my family. Devon needs a Labour voice to fight for the services and leadership we deserve. I am extremely proud to be Labour’s candidate for June’s General Election”.
Lisa is well known for her outstanding commitment to her local community and she is passionate about protecting education and health and social care services; fighting for mental health services and affordable homes and challenging the growing gap between rich and poor in this country.
In addition she is a great listener and understands the needs of local people in her community. She recognises the particular challenges faced in a large rural area and will be an active representative of the constituency’s needs. Lisa will defend local services and will work to make sure that the people of Central Devon get the best deal when we leave the EU.
Ruth Dixon - Vice Chair of Central Devon Constituency Labour Party
Published by: John Ross; 3 Victoria Place, Pounds Hill, Crediton, Devon EX17 1DS. Published on behalf of Central Devon CLP campaign agent: Christopher Robillard, 8 St Pauls Close, Bovey Tracey, Devon, TQ13 9JD