Re-elect John Nicolson for East Dunbartonshire on the 8th June
Scotland needs a strong voice at Westminster as never before. With a huge majority the Tories could run rampant. They need effective opposition.
The SNP will hold them to account, challenging them at every turn and defending Scotland’s interests.
Since his election in May 2015, John has worked tirelessly for the people of East Dunbartonshire, handling more than 3000 constituency cases.
He’s known as a passionate and articulate advocate for the causes he believes in.
In his first two years as an MP John has championed public service broadcasting, fighting for jobs and investment at BBC Scotland – and defending Channel 4 against privatisation.
He introduced the Turing Bill – a Private Member’s Bill to pardon all gay men found guilty of crimes no longer on the statute book.
He’s been an outspoken advocate for the WASPI women, and for disabled people hit by punitive new legislation.
He campaigned against Brexit which threatens jobs and investment across East Dunabrtonshire.
Voters need MPs they can trust.
So can you help us win?
This election is a clear fight between the SNP and the Conservatives so we need your help. Our opponents are well funded.
We need to raise funds to conduct a high impact, professional campaign which will reach every voter in East Dunbartonshire. Your donation will go towards opening a campaign room, and printing campaign materials.
Every donation, big or small, will help re-elect John Nicolson as our MP – a strong voice for East Dunbartonshire and Scotland.
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Rules and conditions
- Donations of all sizes are very welcome.
- If you are kind enough to donate more than £50 to our campaign please contact us at EastDunbartonshireSNP@yahoo.co.uk with your name and address as this is a legal requirement.
- Your name and address will be checked against the electoral register to ensure that you are eligible to donate. Your name but not your address will be made available to the commission on request after the election.
- We are not allowed to accept donations of more than £50 from anyone not on the UK electoral roll.
Promoted by Cllr Gordan Low, on behalf of John Nicolson, of 78 Crowhill Road, Bishopbriggs, Glasgow, G64 1R