Quince for Colchester Conservatives

WILL Quince, an accounts manager for Britvic Soft Drinks at Chelmsford, has been chosen by Colchester Conservatives to be their parliamentary candidate for the Liberal Democrat-held seat at the next general election.

Graham Dines

WILL Quince, an accounts manager for Britvic Soft Drinks at Chelmsford, has been chosen by Colchester Conservatives to be their parliamentary candidate for the Liberal Democrat-held seat at the next general election. He replaces Jill Skalla, who resigned in the summer.

Mr Quince said: “The people of Colchester cannot afford another four years of Gordon Brown and are calling out for someone to champion them in Westminster. I have the energy, determination and passion to deliver change on the issues that really matter to Colchester.”

At the 2005 election, Bob Russell had a majority of 6,277 over the Conservatives, with Labour trailing far behind.


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