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Andrew Atkinson – Welsh Conservative Party

NOTE: This content is old - Published: Monday, Apr 27th, 2015.

We invite you to watch then share Wrexham.com’s video question and answer session with Andrew Atkinson! Seven days, seven candidates, seven videos…

We have compiled a list of potentially frequently asked questions about this exercise, the questions and the like – you can read it here.

Twitter: @andrew4wrexham

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Each candidate has been invited to make a written statement as well:

I am proud to call Wrexham my hometown and to live here with my family.
I work hard every day to make our community a better place to live, work and visit.
I want to use my experience of town centre regeneration to make Wrexham the best it can be.
My plans for our town can be found on my Facebook page.
I’m campaigning hard for better mobile signal and 3G, and for better infrastructure including the problematic A483.
Last year we saw a record number of new businesses set up in the UK and I want to work hard to put Wrexham back on the map as THE place to base a business.
We need more jobs and more opportunities including apprenticeships and training. I want to see the growth in apprenticeships and the fall in unemployment continuing.
I believe in a strong NHS, free at the point of use, and want to ensure that our doctors and nurses have the support and funding that they need.
I will champion better education and work with Assembly members to make improvements.
I have no interest in negative politics, I believe that a candidate should set out their own positive vision focussing on what they would do and not what others would not.
I have a positive vision for Wrexham and believe that the best is yet to come. I will work hard to involve constituents in decision making and work for what is best for Wrexham.
I will vote with my conscience and make decisions in consultation with and in the best interests of constituents.
I am by no means a career politician. I’ve been self-employed since I was 17 years old when I started a business cleaning windows in Wrexham.
I have experience as a County Councillor and want to use my experience and passion to make Wrexham even better.
Talk is cheap, please give me a chance to show you that actions speak louder than words, put me to the test and hold me accountable.

As the videos come out we would encourage you to share them to as many people as possible, analyse and discuss the content and hopefully get people to take part and vote in the election!



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