Susan MacRow-Hill: Labour Party Candidate for Crediton Division

Susan MacRow-Hill is the Labour Party Candidate for Crediton Division

Susan MacRow-Hill

I have lived in Devon for 35 years. A Maths teacher specialising in Learning Difficulties, I taught in Crediton for 11 years.

My campaign focuses are:

A living wage not regional pay

Affordable housing, supported by local services

Fair funding in education for all, not just the few.

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Published by: John Ross: 3 Victoria Place, Pounds, Crediton, Devon EX17 1DS Published on behalf: Central Devon Constituency Labour Party: Chair person: Lisa Robillard:  Bramley House, 37a Fore Street, Bovey Tracey,  Devon TQ13 9AD

 

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commented 2017-05-09 21:49:07 +0100
Hi Jamie, thank you for your good wishes. I hope today your wishes were answered, if you caught the launch of the Labour Manifesto.

If you want any more information, perhaps you could contact our new candidate, Lisa Robillard Webb, on centraldevonlabour@gmail.com
commented 2017-05-08 15:11:59 +0100
I do believe the labour party need a more coherent message with regards eu/brexit. Most people ive talked to their priority is brexit for some reason, the labour party needs to utilise this in their election campaign to gain public favour.

I like all the pledges JC is making but i do believe he and his candidates should be ripping the dismal tory record to shreds, eg, electoral fraud, underfunded nhs and schools the fact the tories sell weapons to saudi arabia , the fact under TM immigration sky rocketed to almost a record high. Good luck susan
commented 2017-05-07 16:08:57 +0100
Thank you for your encouragement. I hope to see you about on the election campaign. We have a really tough few weeks ahead, but I’ll look forward to getting the chance to meet you, if not on the trail, then at the branch. We are stronger together.
commented 2017-05-07 14:21:26 +0100
Hi susan thanks for your reply. I see now that money was tight and saved for the general election campaign, goodluck, labour have my families vote
commented 2017-05-07 14:10:54 +0100
We’ve been out every weekend doing street stalls and talking to people. There isn’t a lot of money for leafletting, and what there is we’ve wanted to save for the General Election and our Central Devon candidate.

The most important thing was that people had a choice, which is why I stood.

We’ll be out there again over the coming weeks, and I’ll look forward to talking to you, should you choose to introduce yourself.
commented 2017-05-01 20:25:45 +0100
With the upcoming local elections, i would have expected some kind of labour leaflet through my door, unfortunatly this hasnt happened. I would have thought with the general election looming that labour and their local candidate would have been a little more pro-active
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