Labour’s Sarah Hall launches General Election campaign


LABOUR’S Sarah Hall kicked off her General Election campaign to become the next MP for Warrington South outside the Mulberry Tree in Stockton Heath.

She was joined by some familiar faces, including her father-in-law, former Warrington South MP Mike Hall, a former leader of Warrington Borough Council, where Sarah is also currentlu an elected member.

Launching her campaign Sarah said: “Here in Warrington South it is a two-horse race between Labour and the Conservatives”.

She added: “The choice in the coming General Election is between “Real Change” under Labour or “Continued chaos” under the Conservatives.
“The choice is between Labour Party ready to serve the interests of hardworking families across Warrington South. Or the chaos, incompetency, and failures of the Conservatives.
“The Conservatives have been in power for 14 years and have overseen a period where living standards are now lower than they were in 2010, when they were first elected.”

At a recent public gathering in Stockton Heath, Sarah set out her first steps for Warrington South, which include:
•Delivering economic stability with tough spending rules, growing our economy, and helping our communities to manage the Conservative created cost of living crisis.
•Setting up Great British Energy, a publicly owned clean power company, to cut household bills, secure our energy supplies and tackle climate change.
•Cutting the record NHS waiting times caused by the Conservatives with more appointments, Doctors and Dentists.
•Cracking down on antisocial behaviour, with more neighbourhood police to take back our streets.

Labour have said their campaign to win in Warrington South will centre on their plan to deliver a decade of national renewal following 14 years of decline and neglect under the Conservative Party.

Sarah added: “I am proud to kickstart my campaign to be the next Labour MP for Warrington South. Warrington South is my home and it’s where I have lived for more than 20 years.
“Warrington South is where I’m raising my family with my husband who works in the emergency services right here in Cheshire.
“After 14 years of Conservative chaos and decline. It’s time for change.
“You know, and I know, that our town deserves better.
“For the past 8 years I have been out speaking to residents across Warrington South listening to what matters to them and over the next few weeks, I will set out my plans to give our town its future back.
“If you want to join my campaign to win in Warrington South and bring about the change our country so desperately needs you can sign up at
“Labour is ready to serve. I am ready to serve. It’s time for change in Warrington South.”

Keir Starmer, Leader of the Labour Party, said: “This is a chance to change Warrington South with Labour.
“Over the course of the last four years, we have changed the Labour Party and returned it once more to the service of working people.
“All we ask now, humbly, is to do exactly the same for our country. And return Britain to the service of working people. A vote for Labour is a vote for economic and political stability, an end to Conservative chaos, and a long-term plan to rebuild Britain.”

Meanwhile the local Conservatives have still yet to announce a candidate for the Warrington South seat, after Andy Carter announced he would be standing down.
The Lib Dems have selected Lymm-based borough Cllr. Graham Gowland, although Lymm has been moved into Tatton following recent boundary commission changes.


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