I’m standing for election in the Honiton St Michael’s ward – working very hard to win one of three places on East Devon District Council on May 5th. Here are all the candidates standing in Honiton St Michael’s. I had added some info about all of them but I have been told this could be interpreted as me undermining their campaigns, so I’ve deleted it all. Probably can’t accept any comments on the candidates either as that could also be misconstrued in the same way. I’m afraid you’ll all have to do your googling yourselves or hope you get some info through your door, maybe?
Sharon Pavey – The Green Party – this is me. I’m 38, a mum of two (age 9 and 5). I live in the heart of St Michael’s, I work as a care assistant and during the exam season, I’m also an exam invigilator at Honiton Community College. I’m co-ordinator for the East Devon Green Party and I’m on the regional committee for the South West Green Party. I’ve recently become a town councillor in Honiton. My politics is driven by my family. I simply want a better world for my children to grow up in. I want to be a part of a caring, thriving local community which works to make Honiton an enjoyable place to live, work and learn. Click here to find out more about me. I’m also on Facebook and twitter.
David Foster – Independent.
John Brandon Taylor – Independent.
Jonathan William Underwood – Liberal Democrat.
Geoffrey Dollen Hucklebridge – Liberal Democrat.
William Thomas Arthur Foster – Liberal Democrat.
Susan Groves – The Labour Party.
Peter Halse – Conservative Party.
Mike Allen – Conservative Party.
Phil Twiss – Conservative Party.