David Drew was a Labour and Co-operative Party candidate in Stroud in the UK Parliament elections . They got 27,742 votes.
David Drew's policies
Statement to voters
It’s time now for real action to rebuild our NHS and schools after a decade of cuts, tackle the climate emergency, and create fairer communities for us all.
We’ve had no effective government for the last year but now we can look to the future.
Stroud constituency is a fantastic place to live, where people care passionately about building a better future for their communities and the planet.
This is my eighth General Election for Stroud. In the two years since 2017, I’ve seen just how much austerity has impacted on all your lives, whether that’s underfunded schools and health services, or a desperate shortage of affordable housing, transport and economic opportunities.
There is so much to do, which is why I’ll be working hard to represent you, building a brighter, fairer, greener future for us all.
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About David Drew
David Elliott Drew is a British Labour Co-op politician who served as the Member of Parliament (MP) for Stroud from 1997 to 2010, and regained the seat in 2017 before losing the seat for the second time at the 2019 general election.Read more on Wikipedia
|2019||Stroud: UK Parliament elections||Labour and Co-operative Party||27,742 votes (not elected)||2017||Stroud: 2017 General Election||Labour and Co-operative Party||Vote count not available (not elected)||2015||Stroud: 2015 General Election||Labour and Co-operative Party||Vote count not available (not elected)||2010||Stroud: UK Parliament elections||Labour Party||22,380 votes (not elected)|
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