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UKIP in Faversham and Mid-Kent elect candidate for 2015

By Faversham Times  |  Posted: January 17, 2014

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THE Faversham and Mid-Kent UKIP branch have elected their candidate for the 2015 Parliamentary elections.

Branch chairman Peter Edwards-Daem will stand as a potential MP for the area.

Peter said: “I am looking forward to the challenge of representing UKIP at the local and national elections and the opportunity to promote the UKIP policies that are currently setting the agenda within the present Government.

“It is no coincidence that this Branch has increased its membership by 25 percent within six months as more and more of the constituents find favour with our policies.”

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He lives with his wife and three children in Headcorn, where he is also standing in the Maidstone Borough Elections.

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  • eurosceptic  |  January 17 2014, 9:59PM

    UKIP has increased its vote share in this constituency in every General Election since 1997. Onwards and upwards UKIP! Beware LibLabCons, UKIP is coming to remove you all.

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