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Neil Edward MacDonald

Neil Edward MacDonald was a Labour Party candidate in St John's in the Ipswich local election. They were elected with 1,162 votes.

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Neil Edward MacDonald's policies

Statement to voters

Neil has been a St. John’s councillor for many years and has tried to help local people when possible. He has become very active in tackling homelessness and rough sleeping and is very pleased to see the positive progress with housing and support for this group. He has always been in favour of a well-funded health service and is delighted to be a governor at Ipswich Hospital.

Neil works in IT and enjoys spending his spare time with his family.

This statement was last updated on May 8, 2021.

This statement was added by Neil Edward MacDonald, their team, or by a Democracy Club volunteer, based on information published by the candidate elsewhere.

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Ipswich Labour

Neil Edward MacDonald's local party is Ipswich Labour.

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Party Homepage
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Youtube page
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Neil Edward MacDonald's elections

Date Election Party Results Position
2024 St John's: Ipswich local election Labour Party 1,162 votes (elected) 2nd / 6 candidates
2021 St John's: Ipswich local election Labour and Co-operative Party 1,300 votes (elected) 1st / 4 candidates
2016 St John's: Ipswich local election Labour and Co-operative Party Not elected (vote count not available) Position not available

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