‘Labour can be beaten in Llanelli’, claims Conservative Parliamentary Candidate

Charlie Evans, Welsh Conservative candidate for Llanelli in the next General Election, has said Labour has been sent a “real message” following the Elli Ward By-Election.

Evans said, “Firstly, I want to say a massive congratulations to Independent Cllr Steve Williams on winning the Elli Ward Council elections. He ran a great campaign and I’m sure he will represent Elli well.

“We’re proud of the Welsh Conservative campaign we ran with Army Veteran Richard Williams. This was his first time standing, and we increased our vote share by 16%. We were the largest party. And we beat Labour in their own backyard.

“The voters in Llanelli have sent a real message to Dame Nia Griffith MP, Lee Waters MS and the Labour Party.

“Blanket 20mph speed limits; missing in action on Stradey Park Hotel; and bizarre plans to turn Llanelli into a city. Labour has taken Llanelli for granted.

“What this result shows, is that Labour can be beaten. And I’m the only candidate who can do that in the next General Election. A vote for Plaid, Reform or anyone else, will continue to let Labour decimate our town and this constituency.

“I look forward to hearing from residents between now and the General Election.

“It’s time to put Llanelli first.”

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