From the candidates – in their own words

This week we’ve been speaking to the three candidates from the three national parties who will be contesting the Hastings and Rye seat at December 12th’s General Election.

Here are the interviews in full, we’re going to say nothing in advance of you hearing directly from the candidates in their own words.

Contesting the seat for the fourth time is Liberal Democrat Nick Perry, to hear what he has to say click the link below…

Contesting the seat for the second time is Labour’s Peter Chowney who came within 346 votes of winning in 2017. To hear what he has to say click on the link below…

Sally-Ann Hart is the standard bearer for the Conservatives in 2019. Adopted by the local Conservative association just a week ago, to hear what she has to say click on the link below…

It was announced this afternoon that a fourth candidate, an independent, will also contest the seat. We hope to catch up with Paul Crossland early next week.

Have you listened to The Hastings Podcast yet? Click the link below to catch up…

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