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Cullen set for general election hustings


By Alan Beresford

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THE candidates vying to represent Moray at Westminster will have a chance to pitch to local voters at a hustings in Cullen tomorrow (Friday) evening.

The candidates for the Moray seat at Westminster will be under the spotlight at the Cullen hustings.
The candidates for the Moray seat at Westminster will be under the spotlight at the Cullen hustings.

Hosting the hustings will be Cullen and Deskford Community Council (CDCC) with the event due to get under way at 7pm in the community and residential centre.

A total of five candidates have thrown their hats into the ring: Fiona Margaret Campbell Trevor (Scottish Liberal Democrats); Jo Kirby (Scottish Labour Party); Laura Mitchell (Scottish National Party); Douglas Ross (Scottish Conservative and Unionist); Rob Scorer (UKIP).

There will be a short presentation by each of the candidates, followed by a question and answer session, which will deal with the issue of Brexit first before moving on to other matters.

There will be a chance for those who are not able to personally attend to forward questions to the candidates via the CDCC e-mail address at cullendeskfordcc@gmail.com

If time allows, a selection of those questions will be put to the candidates.

The community council have stressed that while this event is primarily for constituents in the Cullen and Deskford area, people from further afield will be welcome to attend.

Voting in the general election will take place on Thursday, December 12, with polling stations open from 7am until 10pm.


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