If you want change, vote for change. With local elections across London in May, the Croydon Constitutionalists are proud to host a Hustings for the 2022 local elections.
With representatives of liberty loving parties and an independent mayoral candidate, these hustings are an opportunity to meet those promoting real change in local government.
Following the issuing of the Section 114 notice and de facto bankruptcy, Croydon is in desperate need for new ideas. Come and meet those who have them – If you want change, vote for change.
Join us from 7pm, on 24th February 2022, at Clyde Hall, Clyde Road, Croydon, CR0 6SZ.
David Omamogho, Christian People Alliance
The Christian Peoples Alliance is a party set up to promote Christian values in our nation.
David stood in Croydon South in the 2017 General Election for the CPA, and will be standing in the upcoming local elections.
Zack Stiling, Heritage Party
The Heritage Party stands for free speech and liberty, traditional family values, national sovereignty and financial responsibility.
Zachary stood in Kenley in the 2021 by-election, was on the party’s GLA list the same year, and will be standing in the upcoming local elections.
Gavin Palmer, Independent Candidate for Mayor
Gavin is standing as in independent candidate for Croydon’s first elected Mayor.
Laurence Williams, Libertarian Party
The Libertarian Party believes in and promotes the rights of the individual, non–interventionism, laissez-faire capitalism, and limiting the size and scope of government.
Laurence is the London and South East Coordinator for the UK Libertarian Party and has stood in multiple General, European, Welsh Senedd and local elections.
Steve Kelleher, SDP
The SDP is a patriotic, economically left-leaning, and culturally traditional political party.
Steve was last years London Mayoral candidate for the SDP.
Thursday 24th February – 7pm
Nearest stations: East Croydon (Southern mainline), Sandilands or Lebanon Road (Tramlink).
Limited onsite and street parking available.
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