Archive for February, 2010

David Henry selected to stand for MP

We are pleased to announce local campaigner David Henry has been selected by a majority vote to stand on behalf of the Hazel Must Go Campaign at the 2010 General Election. The selection took place during a public meeting on Thursday evening.

He will contest the new Salford & Eccles constituency Seat.

More information will be posted soon… in the meantime here’s the media coverage:

Hazel Blears has responded to David’s nomination:

Salford Online: Salford MP’s Response to Hazel Must Go Selection
Responding to news that David Henry has been selected to stand at the General Election, Hazel Blears MP said: “It’s always good to see young people getting involved in politics. This is what democracy is all about.”

You can follow David’s election campaign on Twitter:


February 7, 2010 at 12:00 am 2 comments

Candidate Selection Night

This evening the people of Salford will be able to select an alternative parliamentary candidate to challenge Hazel Blears at the next General Election, backed by this campaign.

Since November we have called on ordinary, local people to come forward and put their names on the list. We’ve had quite a lot of interest, but as you can understand running for parliament in one of the most closely contended seats in the country is no easy task.

Candidates: Alec McFadden (left) , Rachel Cavendish (middle), David Henry (right)

We are pleased to announce Alec McFadden, Rachel Cavendish and David Henry will be speaking at a public meeting this evening – putting the voices of the people of Salford & Eccles back on the agenda.

The meeting will start at 7pm, Thursday 4th Jan 2010 at the Old Pint Pot Pub, off Salford Crescent.

For more information see out Facebook Event page

February 4, 2010 at 4:24 pm Leave a comment

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