Stewart Hosie's policies
Statement to voters
Stewart was born in Dundee in 1963.
He was educated at Brackens PS, Invertay PS Monifieth, Carnoustie High School, and Bell Street Tech (now Abertay University) where he gained an HD in Computer Studies.
Stewart is a highly experienced political campaigner, Stewart was the SNP's first Youth Convener and spent four years as the Party's National Secretary before being elected as the Organisation Convener in 2003.
Stewart held the post of SNP Depute Leader for two years and most recently elected as Depute Leader of the SNP's Westminster Group.
Stewart contested the Dundee East Westminster seat in 2001 delivering a 5% swing to the SNP and slashing the Labour majority by 5,500 votes. He won the seat in 2005, held it in 2010, and was re-elected in 2015 with a 19,000 majority.
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About Stewart Hosie
Stewart Hosie PC is a Scottish National Party (SNP) politician serving as Member of Parliament (MP) for Dundee East since 2005. He has served as the SNP Shadow Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster and Shadow Minister for the Cabinet Office since 2021. He served as Deputy Leader of the SNP to Nicola Sturgeon from November 2014 to October 2016. He was also the SNP Deputy Westminster Leader and the SNP Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer from May 2015, until he was succeeded in both positions by Kirsty Blackman in June 2017.Read more on Wikipedia
|2019||Dundee East: UK Parliament elections||Scottish National Party (SNP)||24,361 votes (elected)||2017||Dundee East: 2017 General Election||Scottish National Party (SNP)||Vote count not available (elected)||2015||Dundee East: UK Parliament elections||Scottish National Party (SNP)||Vote count not available (elected)||2010||Dundee East: UK Parliament elections||Scottish National Party (SNP)||15,350 votes (elected)|
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