• Out and about

    carlton reeveEach week we’re meeting more and more people in Sheffield Hallam. Again today our growing band of supporters will be delivering flyers across the constituency.

    From Worrall to Totley, I’ve been surprised at how much people want to talk about their concerns to me, a ‘politician’. And I haven’t been at all surprised to hear how disillusioned they are with party politics.

    People want change.

    And people are embracing our campaign to see that change happen. A man we met in Worrall said “I didn’t know who to vote for. I do now. I’m going to vote for you.”

    People who care, want to make a difference.

    Please get in touch if you want to part of what we’re trying to do.

    See you in streets of our neighbourhood!

  • Is swapping one party for another real change?

    Could Nick Clegg lose his Sheffield seat in May general election?

    crossThat’s what an article in today’s Guardian asks.

    There’s a growing sense that Nick Clegg will lose his seat in Sheffield Hallam but some can’t see beyond the existing broken system of party politics.

    There’s lots and lots of us who want better than we’ve experienced with Clegg – not just on national issues but locally too. I’m hoping people will vote positively for change rather than simply with a protest vote against him.

    Just about everyone I speak to is looking for a genuine alternative. Not just replacing one party machine with another but electing someone who represents the people of Sheffield Hallam.

    That’s why I’m standing as an independent.

    That’s why I need your support.

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