Local Elections: OTC Decision on Polling Cards Branded Undemocratic

The Wharfedale Observer has run a piece on the decision of a few Lib Den town councillors to run the West Chevin by-election without polling cards. http://www.wharfedaleobserver.co.uk/news/16085989.otley-by-election-polling-card-decision-branded-undemocratic/?ref=mr&lp=2

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Elections: What Hardy Candidates We Have

This weekend the candidates were out and about talking to residents and getting a feel for the challenges they will face once elected in May. Saturday was all about the Otley Town Council where Liz Carr, supported by the 3 council candidates, spent time talking to residents in West Chevin. On Sunday Sian, Nathan, and … Continue reading Elections: What Hardy Candidates We Have

Campaign Facebook Page Launched

Ladies & Gentleman, We would like to welcome you to the greatest show on earth - 3 candidates with a passion for social justice who want to see Otley & Yeadon prosper in perpetuity are standing to be councillors in the upcoming 'all out' LCC elections. As part of the campaign we've launched a dedicated … Continue reading Campaign Facebook Page Launched

Elliot Nathan: Otley & Yeadon Election Candidate

Elliot went to Temple Moor High School in Leeds and worked in a range of jobs after leaving school before doing a degree as a mature student in international studies at Leeds University in 1997. Elliot has always worked in the public sector, as a postman on leaving school, then later in information technology, town … Continue reading Elliot Nathan: Otley & Yeadon Election Candidate

James Ranson: Otley & Yeadon Election Candidate

James grew up in a working class family in Manchester. He came to Yorkshire in 1997 to do a course in Fire Safety & Management at Leeds University and has lived much of the last 21 years in different areas of outer North Leeds. He got married in 2011 and he and his wife now … Continue reading James Ranson: Otley & Yeadon Election Candidate