Rutherglen Reformer - - News -

I am Jan­ice Mackay, 56 years old.

I live in South La­nark­shire and work as a cus­tomer as­sis­tant.

I am your UKIP can­di­date in this elec­tion.

On Novem­ber 23 the con­stituents of Ruther­glen Cen­tral and North have a clear choice – you can put your cross against one of the other par­ties stand­ing who re­ally all say the same thing about the same is­sues or you can use your vote wisely.

A vote for me is not a wasted vote.

I would work hard to en­sure the po­lice start car­ry­ing out their du­ties to an ac­cept­able stan­dard, stand up to any gov­ern­ment in­ter­fer­ence in fam­ily life and would fight hard to re­gain weekly bin col­lec­tions.

I am rep­re­sent­ing the only party stand­ing who are 100 per cent union­ist and 100 per cent for leav­ing the Euro­pean Union.

I ab­hor full frontal as­sault on free­dom of speech, state in­tru­sion into our homes and per­sonal lives, and thor­oughly en­dorse merit quota and not gen­der quota.

So if like me you are proud to be Scot­tish, but proud to be Bri­tish, then please vote UKIP: a party which de­fends the day to day in­ter­ests of or­di­nary peo­ple.

A vote for me is not a wasted vote

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