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Could you stand for Cornwall in the 2017 elections?
The voters of Cornwall will soon (May 4th) be going to the polls to elect 123 unitary councillors (and hundreds of town and parish councillors) to serve the people of Cornwall for the next four years.

A number of Mebyon Kernow candidates have already been selected, and we are grateful for their commitment to standing up for Cornwall.

Many more people who are unable to be candidates have pledged to help others with their campaigns, and we are also grateful for their promises of help.

But we need more people to put themselves forward as MK candidates, so that a greater number of people have the opportunity to vote MK in May.

If you live in Cornwall and might be willing to stand, please give us a call to find out more.

For Mid Cornwall, ring Cllr Dick Cole on 07791 876607.
For North and East Cornwall, ring Cllr Andrew Long on 07812 597257.
For West Cornwall, ring Cllr Loveday Jenkin on 07718 763566.

Please consider what you might be able to do in the next few weeks to promote MK and hopefully increase our overall number of candidates.

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By Dick Cole. Published on 22nd January 2017.

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