Chris Whitwood's policies
Statement to voters
PROTECT DONCASTER’S HERITAGE Our campaigning led to the Old Girls School being saved from demolition.
Chris will fight to protect and restore
MAKING OUR STREETS SAFER
He is leading a campaign to ensure local residents’ concerns about speeding, potholes, pavements and illegal parking are no longer ignored by the Labour-controlled Council.
Chris has continued to campaign to help vulnerable people in our town. We need to prevent homelessness reoccurring after lockdown.
Chris has been a member of St John Ambulance for 20 years and currently volunteers to support the NHS vaccination programme. He will champion voluntary and youth services as a key to post-lockdown recovery.
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About Chris Whitwood
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|2021||Town: Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council||Yorkshire Party||521 votes (not elected)||2019||Yorkshire and the Humber: European Parliament (UK) elections||Yorkshire Party||50,842 votes (not elected)||2018||Town: Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council||Yorkshire Party||570 votes (not elected)||2017||Doncaster Central: 2017 General Election||Yorkshire Party||Vote count not available||2017||Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council: Mayor of Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council||Yorkshire Party||3,235 votes (not elected)||2017||Town: 2017 Doncaster local election||Yorkshire Party||1,195 votes (not elected)||2015||York Central: UK Parliament elections||Yorkshire First||Vote count not available|
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