A word from Sean:"Never in my life did I imagine I might become a local councillor for my hometown, let alone run for parliament. My family won't mind me saying that we were very poor growing up and life was hard - but I found my way with the help of a strong Mum, good teachers and neighbours and loving friends and family. So now that I see so many people struggling to make ends meet, pay the bills and stay afloat, I know how it feels and I want to help. I think everyone feels like the game is rigged against them these days - probably because it is. I want to help put Labour in government to make the economy work for workers and small businesses, give local people more say, not government ministers in Edinburgh, and make Moray a fairer place to live. I didn't have much to begin with but I had a fighting chance at a good life. I want that fighting chance for everyone in Moray and right across Scotland. In order for that to happen, we need to vote for real change NOW."
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Sean wants a fairer Moray, where nobody is left behind and everyone gets the chance to play their part. But let's face it, the SNP put independence first. The Tories put the wealthy first. Sean will go to Holyrood and put the people of Moray first.
The SNP and the Tories will be awash with money in this election - we need your help to level the playing field and make this election a fair fight. We need your help to change government and change our country
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Promoted by Sean Morton, 7 Seaforth House, Lhanbryde, IV30 8QL