Election 2012: Candidate Focus: Garrison: Ian McCormick

Posted on - 3rd May, 2012 - 8:30am | Author - | Posted in - Politics

Below is the latest post in our series of Q&As with election candidates standing to be councillors in Preston.


The election takes place on Thursday 3 May 2012 and we’ve emailed this list of questions or posted it through every candidate’s door so you can find out what’s beyond the name on the ballot paper and what they will do for your local area if elected.

Ian McCormickFull name? Ian James McCormick

Party? Green Party

Ward? Garrison

Occupation? Field Interviewer

What has made you decide to stand for election? To offer people a real choice, rather than the usual option of the three established political parties. To increase the profile of the Green Party.

What are the key issues for your ward? Access to good jobs, affordable housing, public transport, access to green space, litter, traffic congestion and speeding.

If you were elected, how would you keep your constituents informed? By blogs, Twitter, email and surgeries.

Anything else to add? Support for the Green Party in Lancashire is growing and a new branch has recently been formed covering Preston, Chorley and South Ribble. The branch welcomes new members.

View a map below showing the other candidates standing for election in Garrison and across the city.

View Election 2012: Local election candidates standing for Preston City Council in a larger map

If you’re a candidate standing for election, please send us your answers to the questions above along with a photo of yourself we can use to go with the piece. Please email it to as soon as possible.

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