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Sandra Webster

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Sandra Webster was the Scottish Socialist Party candidate in Paisley Northwest in the 2017 Renfrewshire Council local election. Our volunteers have been adding information on Sandra Webster - here's everything we know so far!


Sandra Webster is a former national co-spokesperson of the Scottish Socialist Party (SSP). Describing herself as a socialist, feminist, and republican, she is an active campaigner for Scottish independence, nuclear disarmament, carers' rights, and autism care and support services.

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This candidate has previously stood for election in:

  • 2017: The 2017 Renfrewshire Council local election, as the Scottish Socialist Party candidate for the Paisley Northwest
  • 2016: The 2016 Scottish Parliament Election (Regions), as the RISE - Respect, Independence, Socialism and Environmentalism candidate for the Member of the Scottish Parliament for West Scotland
  • 2015: The 2015 General Election, as the Scottish Socialist Party candidate for the Member of Parliament for Paisley and Renfrewshire South

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