Voting for Paul Bretherton ensures continuity and representation by a current and experienced Woolston Borough councillor and former Woolston Parish councillor. A councillor with considerable knowledge of the area and a proven track record in delivering results. So why not make that leap with me and vote for your Independent candidate Paul Bretherton in the local elections on the 5th May.
4 important reminders about the forthcoming local elections:
- This is not a general election. Voting for Paul Bretherton on the 5th May will not change the government of this country on the 6th May, nor will voting for any of the other major political parties
- This is a local election only (and will also be the last one until 2020). Voting for Paul Bretherton on the 5th May will not change who runs Warrington Borough Council on the 6th May. The Labour party already has a very large majority locally, and will continue to run Warrington Borough Council until 2020, regardless of whom you vote for. This is your last and only chance to decide just who your local community representatives will be for the next four years.
- These elections are solely about local issues within the community and who you believe will be best placed to deal with those issues. Nothing else. Despite what you may read in other election material they do not concern national issues - something that local councillors cannot affect.
- Finally, and very importantly – every eligible voter will have 3 votes in this election as Woolston has always been represented by 3 elected councillors. Therefore if you choose to do so, you can still vote for the political party of your choice once, and at the same time give one of your other votes to Paul Bretherton. There is no need to vote for the same political party three times.
Printed and promoted by Hannah Wagner-Birtwistle on behalf of Paul Bretherton, care of the Woolston Courier magazine.