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Christchurch & East Dorset Lib Dems select Mike Cox as their Prospective Parliamentary Candidate

News of the selection of the next Liberal Democrat Prospective Parliamentary Candidate (PPC) for the Christchurch constituency:

At a packed meeting of the Christchurch and East Dorset Liberal Democrats Mike Cox was overwhelmingly selected.

Mike Cox who stood for the party in Christchurch in 2017 lives locally in Hurn with his wife and family. Mike is a Chartered Accountant who established and runs his own firm of Chartered Accountants.

Christine Payne, the Chair of the local party welcomed Mike Cox’s selection, saying:

“Mike is a popular active member of the Local Party who will work hard on behalf of Christchurch Constituency residents if elected as our member of Parliament. He has the support of members and leads a willing band of supporters. .I look forward to the day when he is elected to Parliament to serve as our MP – it will be the best thing to happen in Christchurch since we were represented by Baroness Diana Maddock.”

Mike Cox added:

“I am delighted and proud to have been selected to stand for Christchurch. We have made great strides in the local party in recent years. only recently we increased our support in Ferndown from 10 to 21% and pushing UKIP into 3rd place.

“There is only one real alternative to the Conservative party in Christchurch and that’s the local Liberal Democrats. We are committed to working for all local residents to preserve and enhance our environment, our local services and our history.”

There’s a full list of Liberal Democrat Parliamentary candidate selections so far here.

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