Election Update

On May 7, 2022, in The Economy, Voting, by Lyndon-Farnham

Election Update

I am pleased to announce that I will be standing for election in the Parishes of St Mary, St Ouen and St Peter.

I am remaining an independent candidate and will not be seeking to join any political parties or coalitions.

My focus over the past four years has been in protecting our economy and preserving islanders’ jobs and livelihoods throughout the pandemic.

My aim is to be the best possible representative and my priority is to continue to serve our community and work to secure Jersey’s future success and wellbeing. 

Whilst I believe the removal of the island wide mandate was an error of judgement by the current Assembly, I am very much looking forward to representing St Mary, St Peter and my home parish of St Ouen, if elected.

My manifesto will focus on dealing with the challenges presented by the current sharp increases in the cost of living, the housing affordability crisis and providing the very best health facilities for future generations of islanders.

We will face some huge challenges during the next term of office and it is  therefore, important for islanders to elect a States Assembly that is both representative of our community and which contains the skills and experience necessary to deal with the challenges that lie ahead.

As Jersey’s Deputy Chief Minister and Minister for Economic Development, Tourism, Sport and Culture, I have represented the island overseas at the highest political levels, defending and promoting our interests, and strengthening our relationships with other countries and jurisdictions.

I would like to express my grateful thanks to my family and friends for their continued support.

Senator Lyndon Farnham

7th May 2022.

 

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