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Duncan Kerr

Duncan Kerr is a Green Party candidate in North Shropshire constituency in the UK Parliamentary by-election.

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Duncan Kerr's policies

Statement to voters

    Duncan Kerr has been a town Councillor for 8 years and is well known for founding the Hermon Chapel Arts Centre.

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    He is currently Mayor of Oswestry and says:

    “As Mayor in this difficult year I have given over £4,000 to the Shropshire Domestic Abuse Service and also raised money for Hope House through the 3M Challenge. In my “Meet the Mayor” sessions I have met many residents who are also proud of Oswestry but concerned that too many of the decisions about our town are made in Shrewsbury. If you agree with this, then you can also support me in the election for the Shropshire Councillor for Oswestry South”.

This statement was added by Duncan Kerr, their team, or by a Democracy Club volunteer, based on information published by the candidate elsewhere.

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Previous Elections

Date Election Party Results
2021 Oswestry South: Shropshire local election Green Party 760 votes (elected)
2017 North Shropshire: 2017 General Election Green Party Vote count not available
2017 Oswestry South: 2017 Shropshire Council local election Green Party 640 votes (not elected)
2015 North Shropshire: UK Parliament elections Green Party 2,575 votes (not elected)
2014 West Midlands: European Parliament (UK) elections Green Party Vote count not available
2010 Chesterfield: UK Parliament elections Green Party 600 votes (not elected)

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