Tay­lor Muir Con­ser­va­tive

Age: 20 Lives: Burn­side Oc­cu­pa­tional back­ground: Full time stu­dent/cus­tomer ser­vice ad­viser for a telecom­mu­ni­ca­tions com­pany Po­lit­i­cal icon: Ron­ald Rea­gan

Rutherglen Reformer - - Election Special -

This elec­tion is go­ing to fo­cus on two ma­jor is­sues – tax and the con­sti­tu­tion.

With the SNP plot­ting to launch a new cam­paign for sep­a­ra­tion in the sum­mer and Labour’s leader re­veal­ing that the idea of her back­ing sep­a­ra­tion is “not in­con­ceiv­able,” res­i­dents in Ruther­glen and Cam­bus­lang can be as­sured of one sim­ple truth: only by us­ing both of their votes for the Scot­tish Con­ser­va­tive and Union­ist party can vot­ers stand be­hind the UK and say no to a sec­ond ref­er­en­dum.

We want the Scot­tish Par­lia­ment to use the pow­ers it has to build a stronger econ­omy and pro­tect our NHS, not take us back to the divi­sion of the last few years. I will also stand against mak­ing Scot­land the highest taxed part of the UK.

We will fol­low the UK Gov­ern­ment ex­am­ple and al­low hard-work­ing tax­pay­ers to keep more of the money they earn.

My mes­sage to our com­mu­nity in the next four weeks will be this: if you be­lieve we should re­spect the de­ci­sion of those who voted No and want to avoid pay­ing more tax than the rest of the UK, then vote for the Scot­tish Con­ser­va­tive and Union­ist Party.

We’ll fol­low the UK Gov­ern­ment ex­am­ple and al­low tax­pay­ers to keep more of their money

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