Let's prove Middleton & Belle Isle can get real representation. A vote for me is a vote to get our community the investment it needs. Then we all win.
I work and live in this Community every sinlge day. I have lived
here all my life. It does not take an election for you to see me around. We deserve better than absentee councillors; Middleton & Belle Isle deserves better.
We deserve real representation for Middleton & Belle Isle. Ask yourself: What were our councillors doing for our community before they were elected? Nothing. Even once they are elected, what do they do when there is not an approaching election? Not much.
I live here. i work here. You see me and know me. I am always trying to improve things for as many middleton and Belle Isle residents as I can.Elect me and I will make sure Leeds City Council understand how much we are disappointed in them.I will make sure they work for Middleton and Belle Isle, and not just the City Centre.
If I win, you win, so Win With Wayne in 2021.
Labour has lost our trust!
Traditionally, our area has voted Labour. I did, too We did this because we trusted the party, and did not think much about the local candidate.
These days, Labour offers us career politicians who live In places such as Otley or Guiseley and have no personal ties to Middleton or Belle Isle. How can they solve our local problems when they don't undertsand them? How can they undertsand them when they are never here? Not that they care: for them, representing us is just another step on the party ladder.
The time has come to judge the candidates on individual merit? It is time to forget about our old party allegiiancies. We trusted them, and they let us down. We must therefore focus on the candidate's efforts, acheivements and ideas.
Has the candidate really made a sizeable positive difefrence to local people's lives? Or are they just the latest empty suit put up by the Labour Party?
Do we want to represent ourselves or do we want someone from out of the area who will fail us again? I want us, the members of our community, to be making the decisions, not someone who lives nearly an hour away. Middleton and Belle Isle votes must go to Middleton and Belle Isle people.
If you want to know more about "My local policies", and how I think the Council could be made to work for Middleton & Belle Isle, visit the next page.
The table on the left shows the Middleton Park ward (Middleton & Belle Isle) at the last council elections. Labour likes to pretend that the Conservative Party is it's main oppostition in Middleton and Belle Isle. This is a trick. They want to fool you into thinking a vote against them is a vote for the Tories. That is why they spend more time talking about the Tories than they do about Middleton and Belle Isle. However, as you can see, I am the real opposition; the Conservative candidate only got a handful of votes and finished fourth. In 2018, The SDP finished seond, and in 2019 I doubled my vote from 2016 and finished second again. You do have a choice: Me (Wayne Dixon, representing the Social Democratic Party) or whatever career politician Labour want to parachute into the area.
In both 2018 and 2019, less than a quarter of those registered to vote in Middleton and Belle Isle actually did so. We all care
for our community. We can all see how great it can be if it had a councillor who understood our community and wanted to work hard to improve it. We all know Middleton & Belle Isle deserves
better. However, nothing will change unless that 77.6% of people who didn't vote last time take half an hour to get to the ballot box and send a message to Leeds City Council. They will not listen
unless you do.
- In 2018 I gained 11% of the vote, only 23.6% of people voted, The SDP was 2nd.
- In 2019 I gained 23.6% of the vote, only 22.4% of people voted, The SDP was 2nd.
Do you want to help you neighbours improve our community? click here or the image above above.
The Social Democratic Party is a party steeped in history, the Party still holds the same values, but with very big policy differences from it's start in the 1980's. Take a look and see what you think.
Simply click 'become a member' above or any SDP logo and it will direct you to www.sdp.org.uk
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