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Kirsteen Sullivan

Kirsteen Sullivan was a Labour and Co-operative Party candidate in Bathgate and Linlithgow constituency in the UK Parliamentary general election. They were elected with 19,774 votes.

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Kirsteen Sullivan's policies

Statement to voters

There has never been a greater need for a Labour government.

Full statement

The cost of living crisis, compounded by years of Tory austerity and the devastating impacts of the pandemic, have resulted in an increasing number of people being pushed into poverty with many more struggling to get by.



I live in Bathgate where my husband and I have raised our family, with our three children attending local schools. Like most people, we depend on our NHS services including St John's Hospital and our local medical centre. The environment, transport and local services are all things that matter to me and my family in our everyday lives.



Since 2017, I've served as a Labour councillor for the Whitburn and Blackburn ward and as Depute Leader of West Lothian Council. I am passionate about fairness and social justice and have put these values front and centre of my work in local communities. Council budgets have seen real-term cuts from the SNP government over a number of years and front line services are struggling. It just doesn't have to be this way.



The people of Bathgate and Linlithgow, and the electorate across the UK, can choose a different future, with a UK Labour government and elected representatives that will put their needs first, ending the years of chaos and division we've seen under both the Tories and the SNP.



We need a fresh start. Join our campaign and help deliver the change we need.

This statement was last updated on June 18, 2024.

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

Party manifesto

Kirsteen Sullivan was the Labour and Co-operative Party candidate. Find out more about their policies in the Labour and Co-operative Party manifesto.

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Wikipedia

Kirsteen Sullivan is a British politician who has been the Member of Parliament for Bathgate and Linlithgow since 2024. A member of the Labour and Co-operative Party, she gained the seat from Martyn Day, a member of the Scottish National Party.

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Labour Party

Kirsteen Sullivan's party is the Labour Party.

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Kirsteen Sullivan's elections

Date Election Party Results Position
2024 Bathgate and Linlithgow: UK Parliamentary general election Labour and Co-operative Party 19,774 votes (elected) 1st / 8 candidates
2022 Whitburn and Blackburn: West Lothian local election Labour and Co-operative Party We do not collect voting data for Single Transferable Vote elections. Position not available
2021 Linlithgow: Scottish Parliament elections (Constituencies) Labour and Co-operative Party 12,588 votes (not elected) 2nd / 4 candidates
2021 Lothian: Scottish Parliament elections (Regions) Labour Party Not elected (vote count not available) Position not available
2017 Whitburn and Blackburn: West Lothian Council local election Labour Party We do not collect voting data for Single Transferable Vote elections. Position not available
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