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Kayleigh O'Neill

Kayleigh O'Neill is a Scottish Green Party candidate in Edinburgh North and Leith constituency in the UK Parliamentary general election.

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Kayleigh O'Neill's policies

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Kayleigh O’Neill is the Green candidate for Forth ward in the 2022 Council Elections.

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Originally from North Lanarkshire, Kayleigh moved to Edinburgh for university and has since worked for Euan’s Guide and Inclusion Scotland. She now works for Lorna Slater, MSP in the Scottish Parliament. In 2021, Kayleigh was elected the Welfare & Conduct Officer for the SGP Women’s Network.

As a caseworker, Kayleigh works and communicates with Edinburgh council daily and helps constituents across the Lothians. She has helped people on housing waiting lists, solved waste issues, advocated for better healthcare provision and raises the voices of those who can’t or perhaps don’t know how.

She is a full-time wheelchair user and advocates for better accessibility for disabled people in all realms of life. Within Forth ward Kayleigh believes there should be better access to warm, safe and affordable homes. She supports 20-minute neighbourhoods and wants people to have access to everything they need in walking, cycling and wheeling distance. Through better active travel this can help people and the planet.

This statement was last updated on May 6, 2022.

This statement was added by Kayleigh O'Neill, their team, or by a Democracy Club volunteer, based on information published by the candidate elsewhere.

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Kayleigh O'Neill's elections

Date Election Party Results Position
2024 Edinburgh North and Leith: UK Parliamentary general election Scottish Green Party (Results due after 04 July 2024) Position not available
2022 Forth: Edinburgh local election Scottish Green Party We do not collect voting data for Single Transferable Vote elections. Position not available
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