Election thanks

I WOULD like to thank all the people who voted for me as the Labour candidate in the elections for the North Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner.

I would also like to thank all the volunteers who delivered leaflets across the county during the election period. I am very grateful for their support.

Ruth Potter, Chaucer Street, York.

 

• I WOULD like to take this opportunity to congratulate my Conservative colleague Julia Mulligan on being elected as North Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner. It gave me great pleasure to go out campaigning and make a positive contribution with her election campaign.

Best wishes and good luck in her new role.

Terry Smith, Fourth Avenue, York.

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10:38am Sat 24 Nov 12

Silver says...

Why the thanks?
Hardly anyone voted for either for you.
Most of us didn't want the position to be made but we didn't get that as an option
Why the thanks? Hardly anyone voted for either for you. Most of us didn't want the position to be made but we didn't get that as an option Silver

12:14pm Sat 24 Nov 12

RingoStarr says...

You'll probably get more negative comments on here than you did our votes!
You'll probably get more negative comments on here than you did our votes! RingoStarr

12:39pm Sat 24 Nov 12

Mister Sheen says...

With friends like that..........
With friends like that.......... Mister Sheen

12:55pm Sat 24 Nov 12

WestMoorian says...

Not totally sure I'd want plastic Terry near anything I'd be running for, if it were to ever happen! That applies to my barnet as well, it would run a mile rather than have his shears near it
Not totally sure I'd want plastic Terry near anything I'd be running for, if it were to ever happen! That applies to my barnet as well, it would run a mile rather than have his shears near it WestMoorian

2:30pm Sat 24 Nov 12

CynicaloldGit says...

Perhaps ruth can explain this to me.

Union strike ballot, Tories want more than 50% turnout and 51% in favour

PCC elections, one man and his dog will do to get a clear mandate.

How come?
Perhaps ruth can explain this to me. Union strike ballot, Tories want more than 50% turnout and 51% in favour PCC elections, one man and his dog will do to get a clear mandate. How come? CynicaloldGit

8:52pm Sat 24 Nov 12

Steve up north says...

I don't think even union ballots have such a poor turnout and so the Condems will not be able to say in future that a strike ballot with a low percentage voting is not valid!
I don't think even union ballots have such a poor turnout and so the Condems will not be able to say in future that a strike ballot with a low percentage voting is not valid! Steve up north

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