Stuart McDonald MP Thanks Voters for Re-election

STUART MCDONALD MP THANKS VOTERS FOR RE-ELECTION

Stuart McDonald, newly re-elected MP for Cumbernauld, Kilsyth and Kirkintilloch East, has thanked voters for putting their trust in him again and pledged to work as hard as possible to represent local communities as well as each and every constituent.

The SNP Politician was re-elected with a majority of over 4000 and hopes to repay the trust voters have placed in him by fighting local issues in Parliament and working within communities.  He is part of a group of 35 SNP MPs – with the party once again winning substantially more votes and seats than any other party in Scotland.

Commenting Stuart McDonald said:

“I would like to thank the people of Cumbernauld, Kilsyth and Kirkintilloch East for putting their faith in me to continue to represent them.

“Whichever party people voted for, indeed whether they voted or not, I will work as hard as I can to fulfil my responsibilities to each and every person across these communities.

“I will continue to raise local issues in Parliament by; fighting against plans to close Cumbernauld tax office; opposing the disastrous roll out of Universal Credit and campaigning against pension inequality.

“In the constituency, I look forward to working within our local communities and I hope to build on the successes of previous events such as employment fayres and advice surgeries as well as carrying out new initiatives.

“It has been a privilege to represent my home constituency as MP over the last two years and I am genuinely honoured to have been entrusted with that task once again.”

 


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