Broxtowe Green Party Blog

Broxtowe Greens Select 2015 candidate


Broxtowe Green Party have selected local town councillor and trade unionist David Kirwan to run for the party in the 2015 general election.

David was born in Nottingham and now lives within the constituency in Kimberley where he is a Town Councillor. He works for the trade union UNISON within the NHS in Lincolnshire.

David said: “I am delighted to be the Green Party candidate, there are major issues facing Broxtowe that could alter the area forever and these need to be properly debated.”

“Broxtowe deserves an MP that will fight on local issues and a government that will protect the NHS, and abide by its promises and its principles even when the going gets tough.”

“My job is to make sure that Broxtowe understands the Green Party has a comprehensive and budgeted range of anti-austerity policies in addition to our well known stance on the environment.”

“The 2015 election will see smaller parties making great strides as the public become increasingly disillusioned by Labour and Conservatives, the choice is clear more of the same by electing the current or previous MP or a new way of doing politics in a positive and progressive way by voting Green.”’

David is on Twitter: @davegaz