Launching the Green Party General Election campaign, Jonathan Bartley said: Every single Green vote will send a message to Westminster that things need to change and they need to change now. We need that change urgently. We're the only party putting forward radical proposals to do what needs to be done! Green Party candidate Becca … Continue reading Things Need to Change…..and They Need to Change Now!
The Boundary Commission for England is proposing to replace the current Rugby and Bulkington Parliamentary Constituency create a new one called Rugby and Southam. Incredibly, Long Lawford would not be included in this new constituency, instead being included as part of an enlarged Nuneaton constituency. An out of date electoral register was used to fix … Continue reading The Boundary Commission’s Proposals for Rugby Constituency are Undemocratic and Unacceptable.
Green Graham has signed off his campaign with a quick message to the people of Rugby: 'Vote Green on June 8th'! Graham added: I really hope you have been inspired by the things I have done. I have learned a lot from the people of Rugby and I hope the people of Rugby have learned … Continue reading Green Graham: ‘I Hope People Go For Hope, Not Fear; For a Future Instead of the Same Again’
As the campaign draws to a close Graham returns to a central topic of his campaign, the shocking decline in public services for the people of Rugby under the present Government. Graham drew attention to this report in the Rugby Advertiser regarding a letter sent by a group of 17 primary schools explaining the acute … Continue reading Education and Health Services. Graham’s Pledge to the People of Rugby and Bulkington
Green Party candidate Graham Bliss tells Rugby Advertiser readers in his own words why he deserves their vote. As outlined here, Graham,'s ambitious and exciting plans are finding a receptive audience in Rugby with the latest YouGov poll projection for the constituency showing a sizeable increase in support over 2015. View the original here or continue reading: "I believe in the … Continue reading Graham Bliss: ‘I believe that Rugby can be better for all. I believe in myself, and in you.’
The events in London last night has shocked and appalled all right-minded citizens. This has meant that, in line with national guidelines, Rugby Green Teams on Sunday have engaged in low-key local campaigning such as delivering posters for display by Green Party members, chatting to voters and leafletting in Benn, Brownsover and Long Lawford. Earlier … Continue reading Graham and the Rugby Green Team Continue with Local Campaigning
Green Graham took a well-earned break from the campaign trail yesterday (Thursday) by stopping off for a coffee and a chat at Moriarty's Cafe and Gallery in Rugby town. Moriarty's are a not-for-profit community cafe and art gallery which do a superb job in helping ex-offenders make a new start of a crime free life. … Continue reading Green Graham Stops Off For a Coffee and a Chat at Moriarty’s Cafe and Gallery
Green Graham and the Rugby Green team were in Rugby Town Centre this morning chatting to voters and listening to their concerns. Many are worried about the future under an uncaring and out of touch Government and were attracted to graham's ideas. Young people were especially interested in Graham's message of hope for a better … Continue reading Green Graham and the Rugby Green Team Chat to Voters in Town Centre
Rugby Greens were in both Bristol and Manchester over the bank holiday weekend showing support to local Greens in trying to gain new Green MPs along side the excellent Caroline Lucas. Rugby Greens joined a massive turnout of Green Party members from all parts of the country in Bristol West to support Molly Scott Cato. … Continue reading Rugby Greens in Bristol and Manchester over the Bank Holiday weekend
Voting for Mark Pawsey and the Tories is a potential danger to you and your families health. Accidents and serious illness can happen to anyone. VOTE FOR THE NHS! The Tories now want to slash services including the A&E at George Eliot Hospital in Nuneaton. This will mean even more local people left on trolleys … Continue reading Rugby Greens say ‘Vote for the NHS’