Welsh Lib Dem Ceredigion Preseli candidate Mark Williams launches election campaign

25 May 2024
Jane and Mark

This weekend, the Welsh Liberal Democrats have launched their election campaign for Ceredigion Preseli.

The leader of the Welsh Lib Dems Jane Dodds MS joined the party’s parliamentarian hopeful Mark Williams for a door knocking session in Aberystwyth, speaking to local constituents ahead of the election.

Mr Williams, who is standing in his home constituency, will be hoping to regain his previous parliamentarian seat which he had held from 2005 until 2017.

As part of his election promises, Mr Williams has vowed to help the region realise it’s full potential by championing the voice of residents in parliament and putting their interests first.

Commenting, the Leader of the Welsh Liberal Democrats Jane Dodds MS said:

“I am delighted to be here today in Aberystwyth to help launch Mark’s campaign for Ceredigion Preseli.

I have had the pleasure of knowing Mark for quite some time now and I know him to be a dedicated and capable politician who will always put the interests of his constituents first.

I’m looking forward to getting stuck into the campaign to get him back into Parliament so that he can help us as a party deliver meaningful change to this country.

I want to serve as a voice for the community by championing efforts to protect our beautiful natural environment as well as pushing for greater economic growth.

This election is not only an opportunity to kick the Conservatives out of Westminster, but it is also our chance to send a message to the Welsh Labour government and their Plaid Cymru partners that Wales will not put up with their nonsense for much longer.”

Commenting, the Welsh Liberal Democrat candidate for Ceredigion Preseli Mark Williams said:

“I am very much looking forward to getting started in delivering on my promises of change for the people of this region.

Ceredigion is a wonderful place to live but it has, for far too long now, been overlooked by both the Conservative government in Westminster and Welsh Labour in Cardiff Bay.

I believe that this constituency and its residents deserve to have a strong voice to champion their needs in parliament, and as my previous track record as a former MP for this area shows, I am more than capable of being this voice.”

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