News from British and Canadian Conservatives

Friday, January 27, 2006

Lib Dems lose Hythe

The people of Hythe North dealt yet another blow to Shepway Lib Dems last night, by electing Conservative candidate Alan Ewart-James over his Lib Dem challenger, who was defeated for the 3rd time in under a year. The resounding victory gave Cllr Ewart-James 70% of the vote, following the resignation of Lib Dem councillor Jackie Gandy.

The balance on Hythe Town Council now stands at 8 Lib Dems (down 6), 7 Conservatives (up 5) and one Green (up one).


Anonymous said...

I do hope you get your facts right in future about the elections and their candidates, very bland research

Dan Hassett said...

No research, just my views. That's the idea of a blog - rather like a diary! I've no idea what your objection to this article may be, but the thrux is certainly accurate. We won. We won big.