Jeremy is standing to become the first Welsh Conservative Member of the Senedd for Wrexham.
Donate to help elect Jeremy and to put an end 22 years of Labour rule and mismanagement.
How can you help?
This election looks very different to any other due to the impact of the Coronavirus pandemic.
We cannot get out and knock on doors or deliver leaflets in our usual way, and must look more to social media and paying for direct mail to residents.
Every penny will count in this election and see Jeremy elected, so that he can bring the positive change to Wrexham that it deserves.
- £20 will fund a Facebook advert for a week.
- £50 will enable us to send 2000 colour leaflets across the constituency
- £100 will enable us to buy 500 birthday cards which we can use to target new voters in the 16-18 age group.
What Jeremy will do for Wrexham
Education and Youth: Jeremy will use his experience as a cover teacher and youth worker to campaign to ensure that our young people get the opportunities and investment they deserve.
Crime & Antisocial behaviour: If elected Jeremy will work with North Wales Police and Wrexham Council to see a crackdown on crime and anti-social behaviour in Wrexham. This includes supporting the UK Government's pledge to recruit an additional 20,000 police officers.
Health and the NHS: Under Labour control the Wrexham Maelor Hospital is one of many hospitals in North Wales bursting at the seams and at breaking point. Jeremy will campaign to recruit more staff into the NHS and fill the vacancies to ensure that the NHS in Wales can function successfully.
Housing, Infrastructure and Environment: Jeremy will campaign to ensure that where new houses are built, the developments are appropriate and the local infrastructure needs to be able to cope. We also need to stop unsustainable developments on our precious green spaces being forced through by the Labour-led Welsh government overturning the decisions by Wrexham Council.
Business and our Town Centre: Jeremy will make sure there is more support for start-up businesses and reward those that want to add to our local economy, like so many of our great independent shops and cafes. We also need to make shopping in the town centre more appealing and accessible.
Getting a fair deal for Wrexham and North Wales: North Wales has not been treated fairly by the Labour-led Welsh Government. Wrexham recently had the second worst budget allocation, and North Wales have some of the lowest settlements. This is unfair and must stop. Jeremy will campaign for a better distribution of resources to local councils on a fair and balanced system to ensure opportunities for the whole of Wales.
*Promoted by Joseph Wojcik-Jones on behalf of Jeremy Kent, both at Llwyn Onn Hall, Wrexham, LL13 0NY.