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Candidate Breakdown

Marc Jones wins for Plaid Cymru.

Marc Jones382
Ray Floyd 157
Patricia Sikora-Maciejewska64

Grosvenor Candidates

Ray Floyd

Welsh Labour

I have lived at my current address in Gerald Street, Rhosddu, for over 30 years. I live with my partner and have two step children and 5 grandchildren. I am retired from my work as a fabricator/welder...
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Marc Jones

Plaid Cymru

I've lived on Gerald Street in the heart of the Grosvenor ward for 25 years. My wife is a nurse at the Maelor and our two children are now in their 20s and have flown the nest. They went to Ysgol...
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Patricia Sikora-Maciejewska

Welsh Conservative Party

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