Ginnie Shaw was the Green Party candidate. Find out more about their policies from the Green Party York local election Local manifesto.
Statement to voters
"Ginnie has lived in York for nearly 30 years and moved to Osbaldwick and Derwent ward in the York Outer constituency in 2013, fulfilling a long term ambition to down-size and further reduce her carbon foot print.
When Director of a national housing and disability charity, Ginnie co-chaired the successful campaign for disabled children’s housing rights in England, Wales and Northern Ireland and supported improvements in home insulation and fuel economy.
Her contribution as a prominent disability housing expert and Green campaigner has been recognised by her inclusion as one of 100 York women in “HerStoryYork”, a project making invisible women visible (see www.herstoryyork.org.uk)
As a feminist, Ginnie has always believed that the only wasted vote is one that is not cast and is standing as a Green candidate for Osbaldwick and Derwent ward to give voters the option of voting Green at the 2019 City of York Council elections."
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York Green Party
Ginnie Shaw's local party is the York Green Party.
@YorkGreens on Twitter
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You can meet candidates and question them at local hustings. Here are hustings where Ginnie Shaw may be appearing.
(Past event) Tuesday 30 April 2019 19:00–20:30: York Council Question Time, St Peter's School YO30 6AB.
(Past event) Wednesday 24 April 2019 18:00–20:00: Collaborative Hustings, Spark York CIC YO1 9PB.
This candidate has previously stood for election in:
- 2019: The York local election, as the Green Party candidate for the Osbaldwick & Derwent
- 2015: The 2015 General Election, as the Green Party candidate for the Member of Parliament for York Outer
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