Nick Herbert's polling day message: "I'll always remember that I work for you"

Conservative Parliamentary Candidate for Arundel & South Downs Nick Herbert has recorded a short video message for the electorate ahead of polling day on Thursday.

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In the two minute video Mr Herbert says:

“Well the campaign is nearly over.  I’m sure you’re all relieved about that, but it is an important choice.

“Locally, in the last ten years, I’ve always sought to be a strong voice for local people and your concerns.  I fought alongside communities to protect our local hospitals from being downgraded.  I made the case for better broadband, following which we’ve seen superfast being introduced in our villages and small market towns.

"I’ve strongly argued that development should be sustainable, that we should be protecting our countryside and green spaces.  And I made the case for investment in the A27, securing the £350 million pledge to upgrade the A27 including the Arundel bypass.

“I will continue to work for local people.  I answered some 20,000 e-mails individually in the last Parliament alone, and I’ll always remember that I work for you.

“Nationally, it’s a really important choice between staying with the Conservatives, keeping the economic recovery on track.  We’ve seen unemployment fall sharply, we’ve seen jobs and businesses being created, the deficit has been halved, and investment in essential public services like the NHS and schools has been protected.

“Only a strong economy can ensure that that investment will continue.  And I fear for the alternative where there is instability, and a Labour government that would increase spending, increase borrowing and increase taxes, putting the economic recovery at risk. 

“For all of these reasons, I hope that people will continue to put their confidence in me and the Conservatives at the next election.”





1.    To watch Nick Herbert’s video click here.

2.   To read Nick's latest constituency report click here.

3.  To read Nick's election address click here.

Michelle Taylor