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Donate to get Peter elected in Three Rivers!

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Three Rivers Green Party are fighting a local election on 2nd May 2019.  We hope to get our target candidate, Peter Loader, elected to the district and community council.

As we came second at the district council elections in the ward last year and there are four seats up for grabs at the community council, we have a good chance of getting Peter elected this time around.

We are asking for small donations from our members and supporters to help cover the literature needed to contact voters ahead of the election.

The main costs are for printing. We always print on 100% recycled paper with vegetable ink.

The funds raised will go towards the general day-to-day running of the local party and specifically -

- Election special leaflet (3500) £220
- Printed letters  (3500) £124.75
- Stamps (100) £56.00

By donating to this fund you will be donating to the Three Rivers Green Party who are funding Peter's campaign.
With your help, we will be able to bring a Green voice into the council.

Thanks for your support!

Please note: as per Electoral donation laws, any donations over £50 will need to be accompanied by a name and address that will be viewable to the public on request. We welcome larger donations, but please send your details over too so we are legally compliant.

Promoted by Roberta Curran of 31 Bluebell Drive, Bedmond, Abbots Langley WD5 0SU on behalf of Three Rivers Green Party.

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