New stretch target
I'm very grateful to everyone who has helped us get this far, especially at this speed. Thank You.
We are running the very best campaign that we can. Every pound that we raise goes straight to our campaign budget. As long as people are kind enough to keep giving, our team can keep spending the money to speak to voters in my home, Midlothian.
We are working flat out to beat the SNP and stop David Cameron from keeping the keys to No 10.
Your ongoing help is much appreciated.
I am the Labour candidate for my home, Midlothian.
Will you help me to beat the SNP, kick out the Tories and become the Labour MP for the area where I was brought up and live?
Why I am doing this, and how you can help me to beat the SNP and stop the Tories:
I’m deeply honoured to have received the overwhelming backing of local Labour members to be our candidate for the General Election in May.
This is my home. It’s where my family is from, it's where I was brought up, and it’s where I serve as a Councillor.
I’m asking for your support to beat the SNP here and to help elect a Labour Government.
David Hamilton leaves very large shoes to fill and is respected right across Midlothian, but I am 100% committed to working as hard as I possibly can to earn people’s trust in Labour between now and May.
I will work flat-out to earn people’s support, so that our area sends a Labour MP to Westminster who will help to kick the Tories out of Government.
If you can spend time campaigning with us to help us win, that would be great. Just send me a message through this page to arrange. We'd be delighted to have you.
However, if you can't join me on the doorsteps, but would still like to be part of our grassroots campaign, please chip in with whatever you feel you can donate.
Labour Candidate for Midlothian
Donations to a political party are regulated by the Political Parties Elections and Referendums Act 2000. By making a donation to my campaign, you are accepting the following terms and conditions:
- If I donate more than £500 checks will be made to ensure my name is listed on the UK electoral register (excluding the Channel Islands and Isle of Man).
- If I donate more than £1,500 to a Constituency Labour Party or more than £7,500 to the national Labour Party in a calendar year, my name and the amount of the donation will be published on the Electoral Commission's website, although my home address will not be made public.
- I must use my own funds to make a donation to the Labour Party.
- Donations are not tax-deductible.
This page is promoted by Kenny Young, 26 St Davids Gardens, Midlothian, EH22 3FE