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Friday, 17 March 2017

Conservative Women's Hub recently attended Andy Street’s Mayoral campaign launch on Friday 16th March 2017. 200 guests took part in the event to listen to Andy Street’s renewal plan for the West Midlands. The event was addressed by Andy Street and volunteers of his campaign. 

On the 4th May, the electorate will decide who their preferred choice of mayor is. The mayor will be responsible for leading the West Midlands Combined Authority and tackling economic and social challenges from transport, skills, housing and  developing employment opportunities. 

The ten point renewal plan covers themes from restoring pride for the region, transport transformation, housing development, and transparency.  

The polls are with Andy for a win. Throughout the period, Andy has campaigned dedicatedly to mark why his is the ultimate champion to take this role forward. As former John Lewis Managing Director, already experienced in bringing business opportunities and skills to lead the region. 

His field has further strengthened by working with individuals and communities which are currently underrepresented by attending Ask Andy roadshows. This includes women, black and minority ethnic, the disabled and those from economically disadvantaged backgrounds. CWH were delighted to support Andy, women voters will also be key to secure a victory.

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