Gary Mulvaney's policies
Statement to voters
Gary Mulvaney was elected for his fourth term in 2017 and leads the eight member group of Conservatives on Argyll & Bute Council.
In May 2013, Conservative councillors co-founded The Argyll, Lomond, and Islands Group (TALIG) and following the 2017 elections, they entered into Administration as part of this group.
Gary Mulvaney was elected as Depute Leader of the council and is the Policy Lead for Strategic Finance and Capital Regeneration. He sits on Policy & Resources and Development & Infrastructures committees.
He is principal political lead for the Helensburgh Waterfront Development.
He is a qualified accountant, and a fellow of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants. His career has covered local government, marketing, and extensive experience in the motor trade. He currently is Director, and Centre Principal, of Helensburgh Toyota, having previously been the dealership's Financial Director.
Gary was born in 1968. His home town is Helensburgh, where he lives with his wife Janet and her daughter Sammy-Jo.
Gary is a former Westminster parliamentary candidate, having contested the seat in 2017 and 2010. In 2017, the Conservatives came within 1300 votes of taking the seat from the SNP. When he stood in the 2010 General he came second, with Liberal Democrat MP Alan Reid’s majority squeezed to just over three thousand votes.
During the 2010 campaign, the local news website ForArgyll.com said that, if elected to Westminster, Gary would be "a formidable operator". Describing him as "A natural strategist and a clear thinker...", the website said "...he has the added advantage of experience". The writer continued "If it is possible to be open-minded and interested in change while not being troubled by uncertainties or indecision, this is who he is”.
Outside business and politics, Gary was Business Manager of the Glasgow-based Apollo Players theatre group and made his stage debut in 2010 at the Kings Theatre, Glasgow, and in 2012 he played in Annie at the Glasgow Pavilion theatre.
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Argyll & Bute Scottish Conservative & Unionist Association
Gary Mulvaney's local party is Argyll & Bute Scottish Conservative & Unionist Association.
|2022||Helensburgh Central: Argyll and Bute local election||Conservative and Unionist Party||Elected unopposed||2019||Argyll and Bute: UK Parliament elections||Conservative and Unionist Party||16,930 votes (not elected)||2017||Argyll and Bute: 2017 General Election||Conservative and Unionist Party||15,976 votes (not elected)||2017||Helensburgh Central: 2017 Argyll and Bute Council local election||Conservative and Unionist Party||Vote count not available||2010||Argyll and Bute: UK Parliament elections||Conservative and Unionist Party||10,861 votes (not elected)|
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