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Jon Cousins

Jon Cousins was a Green Party candidate in Glastonbury and Somerton constituency in the UK Parliamentary general election. They received 2,736 votes.

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Jon Cousins's policies

Statement to voters

Born in Somerset, Jon Cousins has lived and worked in Glastonbury for over twenty years.

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 In that time, he's helped to set-up a number of local groups, charities, and social enterprises, including Avalon Community Energy, Plotgate Community Farm, and Glastonbury Information Centre. A seasoned community activist and organiser, he's a Board Member of the Glastonbury Town Deal and works as the Project Lead with a Big Local. A Town Councillor since 2011 and Mendip District Councillor from 2019-23, he has been Mayor of Glastonbury four times. A prominent Glastonbury Councillor, Jon's shown the difference Greens can make when elected: banning chemical herbicides/pesticides on council land, declaring a Climate and Ecological Emergency, becoming an 'Earth Protector Town', employing a Climate Emergency and Resilience Officer, purchasing the Council's first electric-vehicle, successfully reducing the Council's carbon footprint by 39% between June 2021-June 2023; cutting annual running costs by over £4,000. When the banks were closing in Glastonbury, Jon actively supported 'The Last Bank Standing' campaign, and -- as Mayor -- was key to the Nationwide opening a new branch in the town. Jon stood as the Parliamentary Candidate for the Wells Constituency in 2015 -- increasing the Green Vote by 3%.

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Party manifesto

Jon Cousins was the Green Party candidate. Find out more about their policies in the Green Party manifesto.

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Green Party

Jon Cousins's party is the Green Party.

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Jon Cousins's elections

Date Election Party Results Position
2024 Glastonbury and Somerton: UK Parliamentary general election Green Party 2,736 votes (not elected) 5th / 5 candidates
2022 Glastonbury: Somerset local election Green Party 916 votes (not elected) 3rd / 7 candidates
2019 Glastonbury St John's: Mendip local election Green Party 262 votes (elected) 1st / 3 candidates
2017 Glastonbury and Street: Somerset County Council local election Green Party 1,196 votes (not elected) 5th / 9 candidates
2015 Wells: UK Parliamentary general election Green Party 2,331 votes (not elected) 5th / 8 candidates
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