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Liberal DemocratAdrian Gee Turner

Why should people vote for me?
It is important we have a strong opposition as we go through leaving the EU. The great reform bill will give ministers more authority at the stroke of a pen than ever before. That is why you need to elect a Lib Dem because we have a reputation for scrutinising.

Fun fact:
Even though I am a Lib Dem I have previously worked for Dr Liam Fox and Sadiq Khan trying to get them elected. Or I used to be Boris Johnsons dormitory Captain.

Adrian Gee Turner

ConservativeDamian Green

Why should people vote for me?
I have shown my commitment to Ashford Over many years, by persuading Eurostar to improve our international train services, successfully lobbying for funds for the new Ashford College, and playing a leading role in regenerating the Town Centre. Ashford needs an MP who can argue its case on the national stage, and I hope I can continue to be a strong voice for Ashford and Tenterden.

Fun fact:
My fact about myself is that Although I am working harder than ever during this campaign, I am insisting on a day off to support Reading Football Club in the play-off final. I will not be available on Bank Holiday Monday!

Damian Green

Green partyMandy Rossi

Why should people vote for me?
I’ve lived in Ashford for 18 years and believe I can be a strong voice in Parliament, focusing on protecting our NHS, investing in education and our young people, and safeguarding our environment. A vote for me, is a vote for someone who will stand up for what matters.

Mandy Rossi

UK Independence partyGerald O'Brien

Theresa May will undoubtedly continue to be our Prime Minister after the Election and if she is to obtain the best possible Brexit terms she will need the wholehearted support of as many MPs as possible. I am ready to give my wholehearted support to the Prime Minister as she endeavours to obtain the proper Brexit that the people of Ashford voted for.

Gerald O'BRIEN

LabourSally Gathern

Why should people vote for me?
A former teacher, I’m passionate about education, the NHS, the environment and social justice. I firmly believe that everyone has a positive contribution to make to society and should be enabled to do so. I believe essential public services should be run for the benefit of citizens, not shareholders.

Fun fact:
By the time my youngest child leaves primary school I will have done a school run to the same school, every morning and afternoon, for 26 years without a break. I’m not sure if I’ll cry or drink champagne on his last day.

Sally Gathern
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