Stafford Constituency Labour Party Members, on Saturday 15th September, attended a hustings and selection meeting, at which they chose their next spokesperson for Stafford, Joyce Still.
Joyce is a long-time Labour party member who brings a wealth of experience to Stafford Constituency. Joyce will be representing Stafford Constituency Labour Party as their voice in local matters.
The 2017 snap general election saw David Williams amass 39.9% of the vote following a short and high-spirited campaign.
David Williams has expressed his delight at Joyce's selection a the Voice for Stafford Labour and remains involved with the local party. Stafford CLP is of course grateful for everything he did as a candidate, particularly in helping to highlight the plight of those worst affected by austerity.
Reducing the Conservative majority means that Stafford has become a target constituency for Labour at the next general election. The party is growing in size locally and members are committed and determined in working together to improve both prospects and everyday living for residents in the Stafford constituency.
Joyce said that she "feels very privileged to be selected as The Labour Voice For Stafford. "I know that we can build on the result we achieved for the last general election with David Williams.
"For the last general election, the Labour Party delivered a fantastic manifesto. The key now is building on it that manifesto by going out to meet the people of Stafford and shaping future policies based on their needs and views, such that lives are changed for the better and everybody can reach their full potential."
For more news and latest updates, visit Joyce's website: https://joyceforstafford.co.uk