Cllr Alexander Stafford recently took part in two parliamentary hustings on behalf of the Conservative candidate, and Member of Parliament, Angie Bray.
- Inter-community hustings at the Armenian Centre in Acton
- #GenerationVote hustings at the University of West London
Also taking part were Rupa Huq the Labour candidate, Tom Sharman the Green Candidate, Jon Ball the Liberal Democrat candidate, Peter Florence the UKIP candidate, and John Notley an independent candidate.
A write up of the Inter-Community hustings can be found on the Migrants’ Rights Network.
A write up of the #GenerationVote hustings (including a brief video) can be found on the University of West London Student Union site.
Angie Bray, Conservative candidate for Ealing Central & Acton, said “It was great that Alex could stand in for me at these hustings. I know that he did a superb job representing me and the Conservatives in Ealing. His in-depth knowledge and passionate debating skills ensured that he won over many undecided voters and was a credit to the Party”.
Cllr Alexander Stafford commented “it was an honour and a privilege to stand in for Angie, representing the Conservatives in Ealing and Acton during this incredibly important General Election campaign. It was a pleasure to espouse the Conservative view and really test the mettle of the rival candidates, doing my bit to further the Conservative cause in Ealing.”
Cllr Alexander Stafford at the University of West London hustings
Cllr Alexander Stafford at the inter community hustings