My UKIP election address is arriving and the posters are going up. As predicted, Stockton North is turning purple.
Click the above image to see the full size article that appeared in the Gazette on April 25th. You can also view this article online here.
The BBC Challengers’ Debate has convinced a good friend of mine to vote UKIP on May 7th. I asked her why. She replied:
“When they all said that immigration wasn’t causing housing shortages etc etc etc… So we live on an island, which has a finite amount of space, we have net immigration of 300,000…and they all said it had nothing to do with anything. It’s not racist – it’s mathematics!”
With such common sense, you can see why she’s now a Ukipper 🙂
Not only is Stockton North a “two horse race” between UKIP and Labour, but many of the other constituencies in the North East are too. This was the theme of last Thursday’s campaign launch and the above article appeared in the Northern Echo on Friday 10th April (click the image to see a larger version). Vote UKIP – get UKIP.
The UKIP North East campaign was launched today in the Marriott Hotel at the Metro Centre. All the UKIP parliamentary candidates for the region were invited and the region’s MEP, Jonathan Arnott and parliamentary candidate for Hartlepool, Phillip Broughton, gave rousing speeches on UKIP policy.
Here are some photos we took of the occasion.