Cambridge City Needs YOU!

Calling all citizens of Cambridge.

We’ve selected our PPC … Now the action really begins.

We have selected Chamali Fernando as the Conservative Prospective Parliamentary Candidate to fight the Cambridge City seat in the 2015 General Election.

Now we all need to help her to campaign across the City in order to ensure that the Conservatives reclaim the seat in nine months’ time.  If you can help deliver leaflets or to canvass – starting now- then please contact her on chamali@chamali.co.uk

We also need to recruit a full team of candidates for the City Council.  Would you be interested in standing in the ward where you live?  If so, let our Constituency Development Officer Sarah Carrick know on scarrick@cambridgeconservatives.org.uk or 07808 047452.

If not, we need you to help identify local residents who would be interested in making a difference to their local community.  Please think of the various clubs and societies that you attend and make a point in the coming days to ask at least one person if they have ever considered public service. The deadline for the first round of applications is midday on Tuesday 2nd September.

In the 2010 general election, the Conservative Party came second in Cambridge and, given the recent collapse in support for the Liberal Democrats both nationally and across the city, we are best placed to offer the residents of Cambridge a genuine alternative to what is now a Labour-led City Council. So, it is an exciting time to join the team!

We look forward to hearing from you soon and to raising the Conservative profile again across Cambridge.

 

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