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MALCOLM McDOMalcolm and RuthNALD selected for The Lochs by-election

Local members have selected Fife resident Malcolm McDonald to stand as their candidate at The Lochs Ward by-election which will take place on Thursday 25th August.

The by-election has been caused by the retirement of long serving councillor Willie Clarke.

Malcolm, who lives lives in Fife is employed as a safety officer and has a background working in mental health services for the NHS. After his selection Malcolm said, “I am delighted to have been selected as the Scottish Conservative and Unionist candidate for The Lochs by-election and, if I am elected, I will do everything I can to help local residents with any problems or issues they may experience.”

He added, “I believe that it is essential that decisions affecting local people are made at a local level. Along with my colleagues on Fife Council I will do everything I can to ensure that local voices are heard and that residents participate in the decisions that affect their daily lives.”

“In May the Scottish Conservative and Unionists became the official opposition in the Scottish Parliament. We are the only party committed to Scotland’s future in the Union as Labour have clearly signalled their surrender to the SNP’s endless campaign for separation by selecting a proindependence candidate for The Lochs.”

Look out for me and my campaign team on your doorstep and if you have an issue you would like to raise or a question for me, please contact me by email at malcolm.mcdonald@fifeconservatives.uk

We are the only party committed to Scotland’s future in the Union as Labour have clearly signalled their surrender to the SNP’s endless campaign for separation by selecting a proindependence candidate for The Lochs.

 

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