In an election that has been pretty much uninspiring The Pebble Trust held one of the best Hustings I have watched so far.
Liam McArthur, Liberal Democrat candidate for the Orkney Constituency has called on the Scottish Government to provide urgent clarity around future coronavirus restrictions in the islands.
Four candidates have put their names forward to stand for the Orkney constituency in the Scottish Parliament Election on Thursday 6th of May.
“The Scottish Green Party is not standing a candidate to be the local candidate for Orkney but we are asking for your second vote to be Green so that we get as many of our list candidates elected as possible.”
Local Labour party members have selected Coilla Drake to contest the Orkney Constituency for the Scottish Parliament Elections which take place on Thursday 6th May 2021.
Register by 11:59pm on 26 November to vote in the General Election on 12 December
Coila believes we need people with experience of life as it is for ordinary working people in public life, this is why she is standing as the Labour and Cooperative candidate in the coming General Election.
They are encouraging their members to step forward for not just the Scottish Parliamentary elections but for a UK General Election too.
For the EU elections you have one vote. You vote for a political party and all the votes for Scotland are counted together.
Ballot papers must be returned by 12th October