As polling day in the Gospel Oak by-election approaches on Thursday 14th March, Maeve McCormack is working hard to become the new Labour councillor for the ward.
Maeve McCormack is a local school governor in Gospel Oak and works for a Camden-based health and social care charity
Maeve said “It’s been great meeting so many local people in this campaign and I’ve been really encouraged by the response on the doorstep.
“The Labour team is determined to work hard for every vote right up to the close of polling on 14th March. I hope that even more Labour campaigners will join us as we take on the Tories.”
The Tories controlled the Gospel Oak ward until May 2010 and have set their sights on a return, despite the terrible impact of their party’s economic mismanagement and right-wing cuts agenda on local people.
Labour supporters who want to help can join the campaign:
Wednesday 13 March, 9.30am onwards: Delivery of eve of poll materials all day – email GOMaeve@gmail.com for details
Thursday 14 March, 10.30am onwards: Get out the vote! Come to 13 Estelle Road, NW3 2JX (close to Gospel Oak overground station).
Maeve McCormack added, “I am standing in this election as I want to work with Labour councillors and local people to secure better housing, investment in schools and fair chance for all in Gospel Oak.
“We need to send the Tories a message on Thursday that their government has let Gospel Oak down and the community deserves better.”
You can keep up to date with the campaign by following @CamdenLabour and @mccormackmaeve on Twitter. The campaign hashtag is #GOMaeve.
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