Sam Murray is a Conservative and Unionist Party candidate in the following elections:
- Ipswich local election for Castle Hill ward 1,101 votes (elected)
- Suffolk local election for Whitehouse and Whitton division 2,317 votes (elected)
Sam Murray's policies
Statement to voters
Sam was born in London but raised in Suffolk.
She attended Holbrook High School and then went onto Colchester Sixth Form College. Sam is a mother of two children. She owns a small personalised gift business and works part time for Suffolk Coastal Conservatives. Gifted with flexibility in her work, she has the freedom to volunteer and do community work, which is a huge passion of hers.
Throughout her adult life, she has volunteered or has worked in roles which make a positive difference. Some of the examples are, her time in the Territorial Army, when she worked for a charity in the A&E department of Ipswich hospital and her most recent project as Chair of the Gainsborough Community People’s Forum, which is similar to that of the Big Local Trust project in North Ipswich. As a family, Sam and her children are often seen litter picking the area they live and organising litter picks for the greater community.
Sam has chosen to stand in this Division in this County Council election because becoming a Councillor feels like a natural progression for Sam after sixteen years of volunteering. She has achieved an awful lot as a community activist and feels it is time to see how much more she can achieve as an elected representative.
This statement was added by Sam Murray, their team, or by a Democracy Club volunteer, based on information published by the candidate elsewhere.
Sam Murray online
- Home page
- Sam Murray's Channel
- The party's candidate page for this person
|2019||Priory Heath: Ipswich local election||Conservative and Unionist Party||538 votes (not elected)||2018||Gainsborough: Ipswich local election||Conservative and Unionist Party||557 votes (not elected)|
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