Suffolk Decides

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Tomorrow is Poll Day in our Suffolk County Council elections and in some ways, its been a strange election and in other ways a traditional one at the same time.  Of course, it’s been slightly overshadowed by the General election but that has not stopped Suffolk Conservatives getting out across Suffolk and fighting in every Division to win, each of our candidates have been involved in our campaign from last September irrespective of their seat and our election material and campaign has been a collective effort across Suffolk.  Our opponents are clearly far more tactical or cynical, in many areas across Suffolk they have simply disappeared, in some failing to put out a single leaflet or knock on one door.

In any Division, it’s a challenge to call at every single house and catch every single resident in for a conversation, but that’s the task we set our candidates across Suffolk in every single Division, to get out there and engage.  Voters appreciate the chance to meet and talk with those who would represent them.

The Lib Dems have not bothered to field a candidate in every seat and have left many of them to fend for themselves with some of the worse literature I have ever seen a party put out, yet at the same time they have flooded their existing seats with A3 glossy literature in a desperate attempt to hold them.

To watch the Labour campaign is quite pathetic, you would think Suffolk consisted of Ipswich, Lowestoft and Sudbury.  Its Leader seems more focused on fighting a Parliamentary seat than the County elections and they have a set of promises which clearly means they have learnt nothing, simply put they are as Financially Dangerous locally as they are nationally.  Promising you everything under the sun and not a clue how they are going to pay for it.  They are as financially incompetent as they were when they were kicked out of office both nationally and here in Suffolk – the Chart above says it all.

Our manifesto is about Strong and Stable Leadership of Suffolk, with Suffolk Conservatives Caring and Campaigning for all of Suffolk’s communities.  Its filled to the brim with new ideas but at the same time its fully costed.  Council are not businesses but they can be run in a business-like manner.  It’s about balancing the need to properly fund the services we provide, and for those services to find new ways of doing things that cost less, with respect for your hard-earned money.

Please Vote Conservative tomorrow.

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