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Jamie Adams - The Brexit Party candidate for Clwyd South

Welcome to the profile page for Jamie Adams, who is standing for The Brexit Party in Clwyd South for the General Election on December 12th.

As we have with all candidates, we have invited Jamie Adams to send statements for inclusion on this page, links to their social media, as well as asking if they will take part in our one on one video Q&A's along with attending our Clwyd South debate.

Q&A Video

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Jay Adams is standing as a PPC in Clwyd South, North Wales. He is a 31 year old Area Sales Manager in the construction industry. He started out on the trade counter at a local builders merchants and through determination and hard work moved up through roles to become the youngest Area Sales Manager in his company.

He has worked for 3 Major PLC companies in senior sales positions which has taught him the importance of good negotiation skills, determination and hard work. He was raised in a very working class background by his Mother and Step father. His Mum is a care worker for a local charity and his step father has a local small business. He is married and is the father to a 4yr old little girl.

These are the driving forces behind his reasons for standing as a PPC, along with wanting to protect our democracy for his family and future generations he does not feel like any of the current parties represent him, his friends or family. He feels like Westminster has turned their back on him and everything he cares about.

Funding Statement

We asked the question 'As of 6pm 14th November, where has the top three sources of funding for your campaign come from, and are there any funding sources you feel would be relevant to voters to know about?'. We will re-ask this question later in the campaign. The candidate response is below:

I'm not aware of any advertising being done in my name but if it has or will be done then it will be done honestly and properly.

Advertising / Canvassing Statement

We asked the question 'Are you aware of all advertising or canvassing done in your name in connection to this election, and are you fully confident in its accuracy and transparency? Plus any relevant information ' . The candidate response is below:

All funding has came from the national party

Socials / Website

Candidate website: click here
Candidate Youtube: click here
Candidate Twitter account: click here
Candidate Facebook page: click here
Candidate Instagram: click here

Clwyd South Debate Video


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