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Vox Political’s Mike Sivier is standing as a Labour Party candidate for Powys County Council’s Llanbadarn Fawr ward – and there’s more to him than a nice smile [Image: Mike Sivier].


The people of Llanbadarn Fawr ward, in Powys, will have the chance to vote for This Writer as their representative in the forthcoming county council elections.

That’s right – I have put myself forward as a Labour Party candidate in the election on May 4.

As readers of my blog Vox Political will know, I provide a strong voice for what I think is right. Powys – and the people of Llanbadarn Fawr – need a strong voice to represent the real needs of the community.

These are times of hard choices, with funding cuts from the Conservative Government in Westminster forcing difficult decisions on councillors.

But I am pledging to:

  • Protect quality social care, provided according to need;
  • Protect education and the future of our children;
  • Create opportunities for young people to live and thrive in the county;
  • Bring cheaper, cleaner energy to all our homes;
  • Protect county council functions including waste and recycling services.

But why read about it when you can watch me explain on a short video? Take a look:

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