Re-elect Colin Beattie

by c_ross3515 in Musselburgh

We did it
On 28th September 2015 we successfully raised £20 with 1 supporters in 56 days

This project is for the re-election of Colin Beattie as MSP

by c_ross3515 in Musselburgh

What we are trying to Achieve

We need to get Colin Beattie, re-elected to Holyrood. Only the SNP is standing up for ordinary men and women in Scotland. Colin and the SNP have worked hard for Midlothian North & Musselburgh and for Scotland but much more needs to be done.

 

Why we are asking for funding

Unlike the Unionist parties the SNP does not receive huge amounts of cash from trades unions or from wealthy businesses from South of the Border. Our money comes from the people of Scotland.

We did fantastically well in the Westminster Elections but unless we have an SNP Government in Scotland our MP’s in Westminster will have their influence hugely reduced.

We must also remember that in order for there to be a second referendum it must be voted through the Scottish Parliament. That will not happen if the Scottish Government is not SNP.

Now we need to start the 2016 election campaign in Midlothian North & Musselburgh Constituency and we are asking for £2000 in order to purchase materials for that purpose.

It will be money well spent!

Rewards

This project offers rewards in return for your donation.

£5 or more

£5 Reward

A massive thank you for helping my campaign

£10 or more

£10 Reward

A personal thank you from Colin for helping the campaign

£20 or more

£20 Reward

A personal thank you from Colin for helping the campaign and a limited edition badge

£30 or more

£30 Reward

A personal thank you from Colin for helping the campaign and a limited edition badge and pen

£50 or more

0 of 6 claimed

£50 Reward

A personal thank you from Colin for helping the campaign and a limited edition badge, pen & notebook

£75 or more

0 of 6 claimed

£75 Reward

A personal thank you from Colin for helping the campaign and a limited edition badge,


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