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Candidate Breakdown

Malcolm King wins for Welsh Labour.

Malcolm King234
James Stevens111

Wynnstay Candidates

Malcolm King

Welsh Labour

I began working in Caia Park 40 years ago. Having been put in charge of Juvenile Justice Services for the Wrexham County Borough area, it very quickly became obvious that I would need to concentrate ...

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James Stevens


Firstly I would like to thank you for taking the time to read my blog . I am a local man , I was born in wrexham and grew up in the Wynnstay ward for over 20 years and I am well known throughout the ...

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