Laura Evans has been selected as the Conservative Parliamentary candidate for Wirral West.
The 52-year-old businesswoman has a proven track record of delivering for her local community as a councillor in Trafford, working with Conservative colleagues to see major regeneration and economic growth resulting in the council becoming one of the top performing in the region
Among her many political achievements, Laura, who is married to Nathan and has two grown up sons, saw Trafford become the first council in the country to abolish fines on library books and helped establish the annual Manchester Marathon, which attracts around 9,000 runners. She was also presented with a National Hero’s Award at the House of Lords for community work as a councillor.
Laura, whose hobbies include roller skating, cycling and cooking added that she would be a true champion for Wirral West if elected.
She said: “The residents of Wirral West deserve better than what Labour has to offer. It’s now time for a change and I believe I am the right person to represent them as their Conservative MP, standing up and fighting for them in the heart of Westminster.”
Promoted by Johnathan Andrew on Behalf of Wirral West Conservatives both of 24 Meols Drive, Wirral, CH47 4AN