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Rennie: Lib Dem Councillors will breathe new life

April 21, 2017 12:00 PM
Originally published by Scottish Liberal Democrats

While visiting a farm near Kelty this morning to help with the lambing season, Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie said that the upcoming council election is a chance for Liberal Democrat local champions to breathe new life into communities across Scotland.

Commenting Mr Rennie said:

"With less than two weeks until polling day Liberal Democrat candidates have a spring in their step.

"Our Councillors have a powerful track record of service and action for their communities. They campaign all year round, not just at election time.

"Now more people are saying they want that Liberal Democrat service and action in their community so are switching their support to our party.

"Liberal Democrats will breathe life into more communities across Scotland with our positive agenda on mental health and education combined with our opposition to the council tax and yet another divisive independence referendum."