Sunday, April 9, 2023

I’m Still Standing!

I’m incredibly proud to say that this week I received official confirmation that my name will be on the ballot paper on May 4th alongside the Labour Party rose emblem šŸŒ¹

I’m standing for Stoke Gifford Parish Council, where I’ve lived for the last 23 years.

Together with several fantastic colleagues from our local Labour Party branch, I’m hoping to give local voters a chance to tell Rishi Sunak that enough is enough, and that they’ve had enough of the Tories.

I’m ready to give something back to my local community.

Recently I asked ChatGPT, the artificial intelligence software that everyone is raving about, to answer the following question:

“Explain in simple terms why labour councillors are better for your local community”

Here’s what it came up with:

“Labour councillors are better for your local community because they are typically more focused on promoting policies that benefit the everyday working people in the area. This includes things like improving public services such as schools, healthcare, and transportation, as well as supporting initiatives that create more jobs and improve working conditions.

Labour councillors also tend to be more attuned to the needs and concerns of disadvantaged groups, such as low-income families, seniors, and minorities, and work to ensure that their voices are heard and their needs are met. They are often more committed to building strong, inclusive communities that are welcoming and supportive of all its residents.

Overall, Labour councillors tend to prioritize the common good and work towards creating a fairer, more equal society, which benefits everyone in the local community, especially those who are most in need.”

What more can I say? šŸ˜šŸŒ¹