Meet the Wandsworth Lib Dem Candidates for 2015


Find out about the Liberal Democrat Candidates that are standing for Battersea, Putney and Tooting in the General Election 2015 in Wandsworth.

Your Candidates will be leading campaigns across Wandsworth over the coming months, they need you to get involved and to help!

Battersea Constituency, Balham, Clapham Junction and Nine Elms - Luke Taylor

Luke Taylor has been an active member of the Battersea party for six years, helping to lead Layla Moran's campaign here in 2010. He is also involved in the Association of Liberal Democrat Engineers and Scientists, who work to promote policy based on evidence, research and sound science.

Luke works as a Transport Planner for Ove Arup and Partners, where his role includes analytical work and managing projects for clients around the world. Luke has a Masters Degree in Aeronautical Engineering from Imperial College London. Luke has particular interest and knowledge relating to Transportation, Education and Energy Policy.

Find out more about him at http://luketaylor.org.uk/ or follow his twitter @luketaylor104

Putney Constituency - Andrew Hallett

Andy was born in Crewe in Cheshire as the second of two children. He went to local state schools and became drawn to liberalism initially because of Charles Kennedy and the Lib Dem stance on the Iraq war. Moving to London as a student at the LSE solidified his views as he met a whole new world of people and ideas worth exploring. 

After graduating he put his political ideals into practice by working for a consumer rights body. He has campaigned for the Lib Dems both at the centre and on the doorstep and stood for local election in May 2014, receiving many more votes than anticipated in a highly challenging ward and borough. Andy is a passionate advocate for, in particular, equality of opportunity and civil liberties. He also believes that there has never been a better time to make the case for liberalism.

Andy’s priorities for Putney include the redevelopment of Roehampton town centre, housing and sustainable development generally. He wants as many people as possible to benefit from a booming city and a swelling local population.

Andy is tweeting at @andy4putney

Tooting Constituency - Philip Ling

Phil has been Chair of Bromley Liberal Democrats and Parliamentary Candidate for Bromsgrove in the 2010 General Election. He has most recently been an activist in Merton (and London) Liberal Democrats, he is Treasurer of Chinese Lib Dems and is on the Liberal Democrats Leadership programme (aimed at getting more women, LGBT and ethnic minorities into parliament).

Find out more about Phil at www.philipling.org.uk follow his twitter @pkfling

 


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