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Thursday, 20 April 2017


Dear 4th May Voters,
On the 21st March, we invited candidates, via our website, to send us a position statement and/or video to post on our site. Posting one division at a time, we are profiling the Elham Valley division where 5 candidates are standing including the incumbent Conservative County Councillor, Susan Carey. We will also be posting past, 2013 election results for your information. 3 Candidates have sent us information set out below. Please click on the links to view:
Elham Valley - results
Election CandidatePartyVotes%
 Susan CareyConservative239344%Elected
 Nick JackUK Independence Party186134%Not elected
 Claire JeffreyLabour79915%Not elected
 Tom McNieceLiberal Democrat3987%Not elected
Please click on the video links below to view Labour, Green and UKIP Candidates.

No submissions were made by Susan Carey (Con) or Ross Clark (Lib Dem).
Position statements from Aaron Roche and Stephen Priestley will follow soon.



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