County Council Candidates 2017

JIM BROWN: LABOUR'S CANDIDATE FOR SHEPHALL

Jim Brown gained a Borough Council seat from the Conservatives in 2012 and successfully defended it in 2016. A former teacher and effective school governor he believes every school should be a good or better school.

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JOSH BENNETT LOVELL: LABOUR'S CANDIDATE IN OLD STEVENAGE

My name is Joshua Bennett Lovell, I am 25 years old, live in the Old Town and by trade, I’m an engineer. I am standing to be Old Stevenage’s County Councillor for the Labour Party as I strongly feel that young people are too often left out of or ignored by the political process, and I want to change this.

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MICHELLE GARDNER: LABOUR'S CANDIDATE FOR BROADWATER

Hello, my name is Michelle Gardner, I am married to John and we have a daughter, Natalie who is 27. I worked at British Aerospace in Stevenage for 15 years then, as a family, we moved to the USA for 4 ½ years where I helped at our daughter’s Kindergarten and Elementary school.

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RICHARD HENRY: LABOUR'S CANDIDATE FOR ST NICHOLAS

I have been proud to represent the St Nicholas Division (St Nicholas, Martins Wood and Woodfield) on the County Council since 2013. I have actively supported and funded the increase in facilities for young families in the area including the Hampson Park, St Nicholas Park and the play centre.

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SHARON TAYLOR: LABOUR'S CANDIDATE FOR BEDWELL

It has been my privilege to serve as your county councillor for the Bedwell and Pin Green area since 2008. I have had the pleasure of meeting so many of you in that time, and listened to the impact on your lives of poor decisions made by the Tories in charge at County Hall.

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SIMON SPELLER: LABOUR'S CANDIDATE FOR CHELLS DIVISION

I am standing to support local services at Hertfordshire County Council, to challenge Tory spending cuts, and to oppose changes in service commissioning, and service delivery. I will champion keeping services in house, and democratically accountable.

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MONIKA CHERNEY-CRAW: LABOUR'S CANDIDATE FOR ROEBUCK BY-ELECTION

After the sudden sad death of your local Councillor, Sherma Batston, I am standing as your local Labour candidate in the Roebuck ward byelection. I have had the honour of representing the Roebuck ward in the past, and hope to do so again. I particularly enjoyed my additional community work when I was Chair at the Roebuck school during the building of the extension, working alongside local residents, parents and teachers.

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