List of candidates for the County Council elections on May 6th

The LIBERAL DEMOCRAT candidates for STAFFORDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL, covering Newcastle under Lyme are:

Audley & Chesterton – ANDREW ROBERT WEMYSS

Bradwell, Porthill & Wolstanton – AIDAN MARK JENKINS

Keele, Knutton & Silverdale – JAMES MARTIN BORG

Kidsgrove – KATHARINE SHIRLEY MITCHELL

Maybank & Cross Heath – MORGAN-ROSS INWOOD

Newcastle Rural – HILARY ANN JONES

Newcastle South – SALWA BOOTH

Talke & Red Street – RICHARD MARK WHELAN

Westlands & Thistleberry – PETER EMIL ANDRAS

 

Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner for STAFFORDSHIRE, the Liberal Democrat candidate is:

RICHARD MARK WHELAN

Party policy is that this system should be replaced so that it is not in the hands of one person representing one political party.

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  1. Staffordshire Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner election 2021

    The Lib Dem candidate for Staffordshire Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner (PFCC) is Richard Whelan.

    Richard lives in the Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire area and, despite being physically disabled since birth, leads a fully independent life and continues his lifelong commitment to public service, most recently by standing as a Liberal Democrat Staffordshire County Council Candidate for Talke and Red Street.

    Richard’s manifesto is the same as that of all other Lib Dem candidates for PFCC across the country –

    “Replace Police and Crime Commissioners with accountable Police Boards made up of local councillors.”

    As Richard himself says –

    “The amount of money spent on this position and the bureaucracy that surrounds it is extortionate.

    Liberal Democrats would abolish this position and use the money that is saved on local community policing instead.”

    Vote for Richard Whelan to do away with the costly and unnecessary bureaucratic post of PFCC and instead use the money to build up the local community policing which is proven to be effective.

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