Stubbington voters are turning in increasing numbers to Lib Dem candidate JIM FORREST in the by-election to be held on November 9.
Jim says: "Our volunteers have called on hundreds of homes since the by-election was called last month. We've been really heartened at the level of support, not just from our regular voters, but from many, many people who say they voted for other parties in recent elections.
"There's no doubt that our hard-hitting leaflets are striking a chord with the people of Stubbington. We've done our best to demonstrate our record of hard work for the community, and to give voters vital information about the big issues facing us. The other parties have offered just vague promises and empty slogans.
And of course our leaflets are delivered throughout the year, not just when there's an election on."
If you've missed any of our election leaflets, you can see below copies of those we've issued so far.
Jim Forrest served Stubbington on Fareham Council for 10 years, two of them as leader of the Lib Dem group. He campaigns for local people through the Ad Lib newsletter distributed throughout the year in Stubbington and Hill Head.
Ad Lib has led the way in alerting residents to proposals to build a housing estate at Newlands Farm (pictured right), part of the Countryside Gap which separates Stubbington village from urban Fareham.
The UKIP councillor who replaced Jim switched parties to the Conservatives last year, then resigned suddenly from the Council halfway through his term of office as Deputy Mayor.
Jim says: "With the huge challenges facing Stubbington just now, I believe local people want to put their trust once more in a party which has served them loyally and consistently for so many years."
*Click on the Ad Lib images to see the Autumn issue, above left, and the latest issues, below.
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