Mark Hunter reselected as Cheadle Constituency’s Liberal Democrat Parliamentary Candidate for 2015

December 2, 2013 1:12 PM

Local MP Mark Hunter has been unanimously reselected as the Liberal Democrat's Cheadle Constituency Parliamentary Candidate for the 2015 General Election by the local party members during their well attended AGM on Friday night in Cheadle Hulme.

Mark was first selected as the parliamentary candidate for Cheadle Constituency in June 2005 following the untimely death of his Liberal Democrat predecessor Patsy Calton MP. Mark won the 2005 by-election and was subsequently reselected and returned to Westminster in 2010. He has been an assiduous and hard-working MP ever since.

At the conclusion of the AGM Councillor Keith Holloway, Chair of the Cheadle Constituency Liberal Democrats, commented saying:

"Mark has done a terrific job representing his constituents since 2005, and the local party will be behind him all the way as he seeks re-election in 2015."

Don Foster MP, Liberal Democrat Chief Whip, also attended the AGM to lend Mark his support, and said:

"I am delighted to have been able to behere to support my friend and colleague Mark. He has always been a very able parliamentarian who has always put the concerns of his constituents first; and I wish him all the best in his campaign to be re-elected as MP for the Cheadle constituency."

Commenting after his reselection, Mark said:

"I am honoured that the Cheadle Constituency Liberal Democrats have once again selected me to stand for them in the general election.

"It is a privilege to represent the constituents of Bramhall, Cheadle and Gately, Cheadle Hulme, Heald Green and Stepping Hill, and one that I never take for granted. I look forward to the challenge of the election campaign ahead and to explaining why I am committed to continuing to serve the people of our community."

Mark Hunter Reselected Don Foster AGM

Mark Hunter with Don Foster and local Liberal Democrat members

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