Politics: Could Harlow Conservatives benefit from “Boris bounce” at next local elections?
News / Sat 28th Dec 2019 am31 07:17am
HARLOW Conservatives believe the voters that gave MP Robert Halfon a huge majority in the General Election of 2019, could come out again next May and sweep them into power.
Over 27,000 residents voted Conservative. In wards known as Labour strongholds, 2 in 3 residents voted Conservative.
Deputy leader of the Conservatives, Joel Charles and chair of Harlow Conservatives, Russell Perrin, both fought to be MPs in St Helens and Cambridge respectively.
We asked them for their reflections on the campaign as well as asking them whether they could benefit from a “Boris bounce” in May 2020.
No doubt that the Loony Lefties will be out and about peddling the same old lies and distortions that they did during the G E. The general public have the nous to sort out, what's what. Happy and Healthy New Year, to friend and foe.