Kent Green Party 2010 General Election Candidates
It is crunch point in British politics. The Tories, Lib Dems and Labour have become indistinguishable, fighting over the discredited centre ground. Our economy, our society and our planet are in crisis - we need fair, progressive and radical policies that will benefit real people and ensure that our environment survives.
Only the Greens offer the right policies for the future and more and more people are turning to us. We are the party of social justice, fairness and the environment. We are the party that fights against privatisation of public services, for better wages for all workers, for pensions that people can live on, and for real action on climate change. We believe that fair is worth fighting for!
The only wasted vote is a vote for a party that you don't believe in. We urge you to put your cross against the party that you believe in at the forthcoming general election.
Kent Green Party has selected eleven candidates to stand in the next general election. This is more than we have ever stood before to give as many Kent voters as possible the chance to vote for a party they believe in: the Green Party.
Ashford: Steve Campkin
Canterbury: Geoff Meaden
Chatham and Aylesford: Dave Arthur
Faversham and Mid Kent: Tim Valentine
Folkestone and Hythe: Penny Kemp
Gillingham and Rainham: Trish Marchant
Gravesham: Richard Crawford
Maidstone and the Weald: Stuart Jeffery
Rochester and Strood: Simon Marchant
Tonbridge and Malling: Steve Dawe
Tunbridge Wells: Hazel Dawe