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Jenny Rathbone Re-Elected for Cardiff Central

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Jenny says thank you for voting Labour.

Local campaigner Jenny Rathbone has been re-elected as the Labour Assembly Member for Cardiff Central. Jenny secured a second term with an increased majority and yet again defeated the Lib Dems despite the mountains of leaflets they pushed through people's doors.

Jenny says: "I am absolutely delighted to be re-elected to represent Cardiff Central. I will work hard to make our capital city the best place to live and work with decent well-paid jobs which are the foundations of a fairer, happier community"

How you voted in Cardiff Central: Welsh Labour candidate Jenny Rathbone won over 800 extra votes on a higher turnout of 46% compared with 38% in 2011.

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Jenny Rathbone (Welsh Labour): 10, 016
Eluned Parrot (Lib Dem): 9, 119
Joel Williams (Conservative): 2, 317
Glyn Wise (Plaid Cymru): 1,951
Mohammed Islam (UKIP): 1,223
Amelia Womack (Green Party): 1,150
Jane Croad (Independent): 212

 

Jenny's priorities for Cardiff Central

"My top priority is to get the South Wales Metro built. Work has already started on the new Central bus station, which will be integrated with new trams and trains. This will make Cardiff easier to get to for commuters, businesses and tourists."

"We need to build new warm, affordable homes around these transport links. That means everyone can benefit from our capitals booming economy and clean up the air we breathe."

"I will champion the Assembly's new powers to chase bad landlords who need to provide good quality homes in exchange for rent"

"I want Good Food For All and leisure and library services which promote good health and combat loneliness."

"We need to improve mental health and local mental health services."

 

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Jenny Rathbone | Assembly Member for Cardiff Central

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