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Help get Green Party Assembly Members elected in London!

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On 16th May 2016 we successfully raised £120 with 3 supporters in 14 days

Help get Green Party Assembly Members elected in London!

Hackney Greens are the largest Green Party in London - we can really set the agenda at the London Assembly in May!

Hackney Green Party is campaigning for homes not investments, fair wagesand clean air for Hackney.

Samir Jeraj - North East Constituency

Green Party Housing Spokesperson, Samir Jeraj, will be challenging for the Constituency seat of North East (which includes the whole of Hackney, Islington and Waltham Forest).

Samir is a journalist and housing campaigner. He works in race equality, particularly in health services, criminal justice and housing. He lives in Stamford Hill in Hackney.

“Hackney is a fantastic place to live and work, but rising rents and housingcosts risk making it a place where only the rich can live.”

The Green Party came third in 2012 with 29,677 votes, just behind the Conservative Party who secured 35,714. The Green Party is tipped to perform extremely well in next May’s London elections.

"The Greens already have two Assembly Members and we have a real chance to get even more people elected in May. The main focuses of my campaign will be to create decent, affordable and secure housing, working to make London a healthier city and tackling inequality. " Samir said.


Sian Berry - London Mayor and Assembly List

Sian Berry is an elected Green Councillor in Camden, and the Green Party candidate for Mayor and the London Assembly List. She is a tireless campaigner, winning a £50 million boiler scrappage scheme, running the Sack Boris campaign with unions in 2012, and helping pass new laws guaranteeing cycling and walking funding.

“I’m excited about the chance to put my knowledge and experience to workfor Londoners, and to help the Greens win bigger than ever before.”


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