Last Day of Campaign
Glenn Swingler's team were out in Rhyl today on the last day of the campaign to elect him as our representative for the Vale of Clwyd in the Welsh Parliament Election 2021 taking place tomorrow. Glenn took the opportunity to emphasise some of the issues that are important to the electorate in the Vale of Clwyd and which he will be prioritising if elected. He said "the levels of deprivation in the area were very concerning. A massive programme of building social housing was required. He pointed out that one of Plaid Cymru's aspirations in their fully costed manifesto was to create 50,000 public homes over the next five years – 30,000 council houses or other social housing, 5,000 cost rental homes at intermediate rent, and 15,000 genuinely affordable homes to buy.
As a Mental Health Care Worker Glenn is proud to stand on Plaid's manifesto which gives a high priority to Mental Health and to Caring for the People of Wales in general. He was particularly glad to see the extension of support for children and young people on top of Plaid's list of aims for Mental Health provision. He is also glad to support the aim of creating a single National Health and Care Service.
Even more joining us
It's not only Labour supporters that are switching to Plaid Cymru. When Glenn Swingler, our candidate in the Vale of Clwyd, and members of his campaign team were about to finish distributing leaflets to all houses in Denbigh this morning we met a new Plaid Cymru voter. Dean Fearnley used to be a strong Liberal Democrat supporter, but he's switched his allegiance to Plaid Cymru. He stopped whilst passing in his car and was delighted to find that Glenn was with us and to have a chance to talk with the candidate.
Adam Price in the constituency
Plaid Cymru's leader, Adam Price, visited the constituency recently to meet our candidate, Glenn Swingler's campaign team. This is a video of a chat between Adam and Glenn.
Something's happenning. More and more people asking for our candidate Glenn Swingler's placards and posters. Many have gone up in just the last few days. Many ex Labour supporters are turning to Plaid Cymru and not just promising their vote but out campainging with us on the streets.
Teams out in Rhuddlan and Denbigh today
Plaid Cym,ru teams were out in Rhuddlan and Denbigh today distributing leaflets and talking to residents. With less than two weeks to go the campaign is hotting up!