Chiltern Green Party General Election 2017 Fund

Chiltern Green Party General Election 2017 Fund

To stand 3 candidates in the 2017 General Election, The Chiltern Green Party must raise a £500 deposit for each. Be part of the #greensurge!

We did it!

On 8th Jun 2017 we successfully raised £550 with 12 supporters in 35 days

The Green Party believes in genuine democracy. We want to take power back from career politicians who are in the pockets of lobbyists and put it in the hands of ordinary citizens who believe in democracy and sustainability for the common good.

To stand 3 candidates in our 3 constituencies we need to raise a £500 deposit for each one. Unlike other mainstream parties, we do not get corporate donations so we rely on you - ordinary people - to help us make a change.

Our three candidates are:

Russell Secker, standing in Beaconsfield constituency

Alan Booth, standing in Chesham & Amersham constituency

Peter Sims, standing in Wycombe constituency.

They would use their vote in parliament for you, to:

  • Fight creeping NHS privatisation.
  • Promote renewable energy and environmental sustainability.
  • Protect and safeguard human rights.
  • Invest in sustainable and genuinely affordable housing.
  • Block needless and expensive vanity projects such as HS2.

If our message resonates with you, please help donate toward our campaign and #VoteGreen2017.

Even small donations are always gratefully received, every little helps us to promote our message for the common good.

If you still need persuading please just take a look at the 2017 Green Party Election Broadcast:

Thank you for your support!

IMPORTANT: Donations of over £500 have to be reported to the electoral commission by the Green Party to ensure these donations are made by UK nationals; political parties may not accept donations of over £500 from those not registered to vote.

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