Green Leader Caroline Lucas MP today said: "I am urging voters up and down the country to vote Green tomorrow. A Green vote is one for fairness, for jobs and for the environment. Our councillors are at the forefront of opposing the Coalition's austerity cuts and calling instead for investment in the green economy, including affordable housing the green industries that will help us tackle problems like air pollution and climate change.
Only a Green vote will guarantee an effective voice on these issues, as well as on local problems like protecting health services and green spaces."
The Green Party are fielding their highest ever number of candidates (965) across England and Wales on May 3rd, a 13% increase on the last time the seats were fought.
In Rugby, we are fighting more wards than the Lib Dems and the small single issue group called TUSC.
Rugby people are able to VOTE POSITIVE AND GREEN in;
ADMIRALS & CAWSTON: Kate Crowley
BENN: Steve Wright
COTON & BOUGHTON: Adam Bastock
EASTLANDS: Phil Godden
NEW BILTON: Roy Sandison & Peter Reynolds
NEWBOLD & BROWNSOVER: Lorna Dunleavy & James Bryans
PADDOX: David Wolfskehl
ROKEBY & OVERSLADE: Laurence Goodchild
WOLSTON AND THE LAWFORDS: Ellie Roderick
RUGBY DESERVES BETTER!
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