Liz Savage has once again been selected to stand as Labour candidate in Southport for next month’s General Election.
Liz remarked “I’m delighted to be representing Labour in Southport again at this election. Two years ago we doubled our vote share, whilst the Lib Dems and Tories crashed in support and lost more than 10,000 votes between them – Labour is a serious contender in Southport at this election. We’ll be going out to improve on our performance and win.”
Tarleton based Liz set out her vision and priorities for our town “I’ll be campaigning hard to ensure the threat to the future of Southport A&E is removed. Southport has fantastic heritage assets and I’m the only candidate who will promise to work with the council to improve and enhance these features. I’m also the only candidate who will promise to work with our newly elected City Region Mayor to prioritise local transport, social care and the green economy. The Lib Dems and Tories together in government have left a legacy of cuts to the NHS, education, local government and policing. Only a Labour government can stop more of the same.”
Liz is a trained teacher who runs her own business as a slimming consultant in Crossens , Southport. She served as Mayor in West Lancashire 2016-17.
She previously organised the petition against the closure of breast care services at Southport Hospital and campaigned successfully to prevent the closure of dementia services at Brookdale Centre, Ainsdale.
Liz seen in the following story opposing Sovini’s plans to Destroy Ainsdale’s Kitty’s Wood. This was a decision voted in largely by Labour councillors in Bootle.