Sunday, 15 April 2012

SNP Campaigning Hard As Local Elections Draw Near

Further to media reports saying that the Centre for Scottish Public Policy predicts the SNP is set to make gains at next month’s council elections, the SNP's Local Government Campaign Director, Derek Mackay, said the party is campaigning hard across Scotland to gain the public's support, is standing a record number of candidates in all council areas, but is taking nothing for granted as polling day approaches.

In the 2007 local council elections the SNP came second with 27.9% of the first preference votes, behind Labour who scored 28.1%.

Mr Mackay said:

"The elections on May 3 are about local jobs and local services - SNP candidates and their teams are working extremely hard and speaking to more people in every community in Scotland than ever before in a local election.

"The SNP enters the campaign with a strong record and a powerful vision for a better, fairer and more prosperous Scotland."
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