EECA Campaigning Update

“Dear Members and Supporters

Chris Grayling will be out and about tomorrow Thursday 16th April as follows:

11.30-12.30  Epsom Town Centre – outside the Ashley Centre at the Spread Eagle junction entrance

1-2pm             Ashtead Village Centre and then Lower Ashtead shops

2.30-4pm       Auriol schools (starting outside The Mead infant school in Newbury Gardens) and then Stoneleigh Broadway

4.30-5pm       Nork shops

Please come along and support him during these “walkabouts” in our local centres.

Hustings – Thursday 16th April 

Do come along and support Chris Grayling at the only constituency hustings to be held at St Pauls Church, 15 Northey Avenue, Cheam, SM2 7HS on Thursday 16th April 6.30pm for 7pm start.

Canvassing

We are out canvassing daily, in local teams, throughout the Borough. If you are willing to help, but have not been contacted, please let us know!

Delivering

There will also be a lot of leaflets to be delivered in the next few weeks. Again if you are willing to help and have not been contacted please let us know.

And importantly let me take this opportunity to thank the many volunteers who have already been out delivering leaflets, knocking on doors and so forth.

Mutual Aid

Sutton – as previously mentioned anyone willing can just go to their office at 2a Sutton Court Road, SM1 4SY and they will find some useful work in this key marginal.

We also attach the campaign plan with forthcoming canvassing dates.

Best Regards

Jose Fiuza

Chairman

Epsom & Ewell Conservative Association

PO Box 164, Ashtead, Surrey, KT21 9BS

Tel: 01372 277066

Email:  <mailto:office@epsomconservatives.org.ukoffice@epsomconservatives.org.uk

Office opening hours 10am-2pm Monday-Friday

The next 5 years:

“At the heart of our manifesto is a simple proposition: we are the party of working people, offering you security at every stage of your life.

If you’re looking for training or a good job; if you want to buy your own home; if you’re raising a family and need help with childcare or a great school place; if you fall ill and need to rely on our NHS; if you are reaching retirement and want real security – we are there for you.

These past five years have been a critical period for our country.

Together, with the hard work of the British people, we have rescued our economy, created record numbers of jobs, and put Britain back on her feet.

But the next five years are much, much more important.

We are on the brink of something special. And our manifesto sets out how we will make this a country where those who work hard and do the right thing can enjoy a good life:

The personal tax-free allowance raised to £12,500
No 40p tax until you’re earning £50,000
The family home taken out of Inheritance Tax
£8 billion more a year for our NHS – so it’s there for your family, 7 days a week
Rail fares frozen for five years
Welfare controlled to reward work
Multinationals pursued so they pay their tax
The Right to Buy extended to 1.3 million extra families
30 hours of free childcare a week for working families with 3 and 4 year-olds
Everyone earning the Minimum Wage lifted out of income tax altogether
We have come this far together. Let’s not waste the past five years and let Labour drag us back to square one – instead, let’s build on the progress we have made.

So volunteer to help our campaign today – and together, we can finish what we’ve begun and build a brighter, more secure future for your family and our country.

Thank you,

David Cameron”

Horley Canvassing Update 

Thanks to everyone that has turned out in the last fortnight, and I hope to see an even better turnout this week.

Monday 13 April
Tomorrow night, Horley Conservatives will be canvassing inWest ward for Borough candidate David Jackson, doing Horley Row, Chequers Drive and Southlands Avenue. We shall meet at 6pm on Horley Row opposite the junction with Bakehouse Road. If we have sufficient people, we will split into two teams  – one covering Chequers Drive and Horley Row in one direction, and the other team to do Southlands Avenue and Horley Row in the other direction.

If you are running late tomorrow night and need to find the canvassing team, Valerie’s mobile is 07977 621104 or mine is 07969 019905 (I am hoping to be there on time this week!).

Tuesday 14 April
On Tuesday evening, we shall be canvassing in Central ward for Borough candidate Andrew Lynch, doing the evens side of Balcombe Road and roads off. Please leave cars on Limes Avenue or The Coronet, but meet at the junction of Balcombe Road and Meadowcroft Close (there is NO space for non-resident vehicles on Meadowcroft Close, and The Close opposite is a private road).

Due to a Carnival meeting prior to the HTC meeting, neither Valerie or I will be out canvassing on Tuesday – Jan will be leading canvassing and can be contacted on 07869 622228. I hope that the town councillors not involved in the Carnival meeting can put in an hour’s canvassing before the L&A meeting please!
 


Election update
For those that have not already heard, the Horley Town Councillors were mostly unopposed in their wards. David Jackson, James Baker and Henry Randall have been duly elected to the North West ward (along with Residents’ Association councillor Mike George); Simon and Valerie Marshall and Adrian Kitajewski have been elected to the North ward (one vacancy remains); Richard Olliver and Jerry Hudson have been elected to the North East ward; Kevin Etheridge and Samantha Marshall have been elected to South East ward and Jamie Baird, Surrinder Banwait and Helen Davies have been elected to South Central ward (along with Labour’s Linda Mabbett).

The only ward where an election will be fought is North Central, where David Powell and Fiona Stimpson are fighting for the two seats against Geoffrey Smith of Labour.


Please bring a rosette to wear if you have one, and I hope to see you at canvassing soon; we need every last bit of support we can muster to get Sam, Andrew and David, David and Fiona elected. (NB Spare rosettes are now in stock – £2.50 each if anyone wants one?)

Thanks and best wishes
Samantha

Secretary, Horley Branch
East Surrey Conservative Association

01293 201908 / 07969 019905

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Team 2015 Dates

Dear Helen,

We have 27 days to go before the most important election in a generation and I wanted to ask if you can help out on our upcoming action days and stop Ed Miliband from getting into No10. and wreaking chaos with economic incompetence and higher taxes.

With postal votes coming out over the next few weeks, we need to make sure we’re putting in a huge push on the doorstep. We need to take the initiative in this crucial election and get out a large share of our vote in advance of May 7th.

The key campaign days in your area are below, please click the links for the further details and to sign up:

14/04/2015 BRENTFORD & ISLEWORTH www.team2015.co.uk/ssbrei14apr
16/04/2015 HAMPSTEAD & KILBURN www.team2015.co.uk/sshamk16apr
18/04/2015 ENFIELD NORTH www.team2015.co.uk/ssenfn18apr
18/04/2015 WATFORD www.team2015.co.uk/sswatf18apr
19/04/2015 HENDON www.team2015.co.uk/sshend19apr
19/04/2015 KINGSTON & SURBITON www.team2015.co.uk/sskins19apr
20/04/2015 TWICKENHAM www.team2015.co.uk/sstwic20apr
24/04/2015 EALING CENTRAL & ACTON www.team2015.co.uk/sseaca24apr
24/04/2015 SUTTON & CHEAM www.team2015.co.uk/sssutt24apr
26/04/2015 HARROW EAST www.team2015.co.uk/sshare26apr
26/04/2015 HARROW WEST www.team2015.co.uk/ssharw26apr


We can win this, but we need you to sign up and join the fight.

These days are pivotal and in such a tight race, they could make the difference. We must make the case for a strong Conservative team, over a weak Ed Miliband in Downing Street. 

Thank you, in advance, for all your help.

Best wishes,

Grant

The Rt Hon Grant Shapps
Chairman of the Conservative Party


P.S. If you would like to help out in another area, please do reply to this email and let us know where, so we can get back to you with more detail.

 

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EECA Update

 

Dear Members and Supporters

 

Just 4 more weeks to election day

 

If you’re going to be away on May 7th have you organised your postal vote?  If so, these will be with you around Friday 24thSaturday 25th April

If you will already be away by then, you can appoint a proxy to vote for you.  Please let us know if you need one of these.

 

Campaigning

 

Local teams are out almost every dayaround the Constituency, mainly in afternoons and eveningsIf you can help let us know.

 

Main canvassing sessions this Saturday 11th are:

 

10am Ruxley               meeting in Nightingale Drive, off Chessington Road, contact Stephen Pontin, tel: 07852 571 040

 

10.30am Woodcote   meeting Avenue Rd at the Worple Road end, contact Daniel Race, tel: 07968 441 437

 

5pm College               meeting Albert Rd at the Church Road end, contact Daniel Race, tel: 07968 441 437

 

Hustings

 

Do come along and support Chris Grayling at the only constituency hustings to be held at St Pauls Church, 15 Northey Avenue, Cheam, SM2 7HSon 16th April 6.30pm for 7pm start.

 

Best Regards

 

Jose Fiuza

 

Chairman

Epsom & Ewell Conservative Association

PO Box 164, Ashtead, Surrey, KT21 9BS

Tel: 01372 277066

Email: office@epsomconservatives.org.uk

 

Office opening hours 10am-2pmMonday-Friday

 

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A Personal Letter

This is taken from an email that I received today:

“One of my favourite United States Presidents is Harry Truman. He succeeded Franklin Roosevelt at the end of the war. He was an extremely decisive President, but what many people didn’t recognise was that he was also an extremely well-read person and a keen student of history. One of his favourite maxims was “the only thing new in the world is the history you don’t know”. It is true that most people forget the lessons of history, even the most recent ones, and Ed Balls and Ed Miliband must be earnestly hoping the British people will forget their experiences of the last Labour government, the results of it – in particular the fact that these two men were the closest advisors to a Labour Government that wrecked our economy and totally undermined our finances.

I was Conservative Party Chairman in the 1983 election, and one of the most controversial decisions which is always argued about is the theme of the national election campaign and the slogan. Eventually, we came up with the slogan: “Britain is on the right track – don’t turn back!” The circumstances of 1983 and 2015 might seem superficially different, but they are fundamentally the same. The Thatcher Government in 1979 took over an economy which was in a critical state: a country totally dominated by the trade unions, who had a total grip of a range of fundamental industries, and who had literally closed the country down with their Winter of Discontent.

Although Labour denies this, it’s acknowledged throughout the rest of the world that the Thatcher Government took Britain on a different course, and restored our reputation at home and overseas. When I went to Russia in 1989, the Politburo were queuing up in the hope of getting a meeting, because minister after minster asked me how you turn round a failing Country!

In 2015, we find our Government in a similar position, but well-down the road of recovery thanks to the hard work of the British people, and achievements of which any Conservative Government would be proud. The IMF, OECD, the World Bank and many experts recognise Britain’s outstanding economic performance today. Only the Labour Party, with its collective loss of memory, quibbles.

Your efforts on the doorstep and in the shopping parades and streets are vital. I would like to thank you for what you are doing as part of Grant Shapps’ volunteer network Team2015, and would ask that you join them on Saturday 11th April for an action day in Brighton, Kemptown to support our great candidate candidate Simon Kirby in his campaign.

Can you join the team?

They will be meeting at 10:00am sharp at Aqua House, 370 South Coast Road, Telscombe Cliffs, East Sussex BN10 7ES before heading out for an action-packed campaigning stint, including a well-deserved thank you drink.

Book your place here: http://www.team2015.co.uk/ssbrik11apr

There is a clear choice. Ed Miliband offers a path only to chaos and £3,028 more taxes on every working family. But we Conservatives offer continuing policies that have been proved to work. Make sure you play your part in reviving Labours’ collective memory.

Yours faithfully,

Cecil Parkinson

The Rt. Hon. the Lord Parkinson

P.S Please don’t forget to RSVP: http://www.team2015.co.uk/ssbrik11apr&#8221;

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Getting Personal – The Leaders’ Debate

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Originally posted on Birmingham University Conservative Future:

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Every once in a while, throughout history, human beings engage in spectacle. We expect, for our own entertainment, figures to battle it out against one another trying every measure possible to win our favour. The recent TV debates are little more than this spectacle, the winner will never be the leader with the best ideas – it will be he who articulates them best. It really doesn’t matter what you believe; it matters far more what you sound like and what you look like. It’s an inescapable fact of public life. Its also, obviously, dreadful. However, we resolve nonetheless to take from these debates what we can, in the case hopefully we can see something of the values each party represents. So, here is my rundown of each of the party leaders:

Nicola Sturgeon, aka: The Loch Ness Monster:  For my money, she won the debates…

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