Re-elect Cat Smith

by Cat Smith in Lancaster, England, United Kingdom

Re-elect Cat Smith
We did it
On 12th December 2019 we successfully raised £2,800 with 104 supporters in 42 days

Cat Smith is standing to be re-elected as the Labour MP for Lancaster and Fleetwood.

by Cat Smith in Lancaster, England, United Kingdom

New stretch target

With your support, I can continue to serve our area and work for the real change our country needs. Please do make a donation if you feel you can.

About me

I was born in Barrow-in-Furness where I attended state schools before moving to Lancaster as a teenager. Before being elected as an MP I worked for a national social work organisation and was a trustee for a local charity supporting victims of domestic violence.

I was first elected as the Member of Parliament for Lancaster and Fleetwood in May 2015, winning the seat from the Conservative Party. One the first things I did was set up an office in the constituency which was something our area had not had from the previous MP. My staffed office helps support thousands of constituents every year.

I have spent recent times campaigning against the austerity measures imposed by the Conservative Government – measures which have seen the rich get richer and the poor get poorer. As an MP who speaks regularly on climate change issues, I have fought against fracking at Preston New Road and the development of the huge gas storage facility at Preesall.

Small print

Donations to political campaigns 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:

  • I am donating to Lancaster and Fleetwood Labour Party.
  • If I donate more than £500 checks will be made to ensure that I am listed on the UK electoral register.
  • If I donate more than £1,500 in a calendar year, my name will be published on the Electoral Commission’s website, although my home address will not be made public.
  • I must use my own personal funds to make a donation. It is an offence not to reveal the true source of a donation.
  • Donations are not tax-deductible.

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