My name is Stephen Oliver and I am a Conservative party activist in Cambridge. I stood as Conservative candidate for Newnham in the 2010 Cambridge City Council elections and as campaign manager for Nick Hillman during the 2010 general election.
My political priorities are providing "value for money" government and open procurement, giving residents more say in their local area and making Cambridge a safer, cleaner and more fulfilling place to live.
Tag Archives: local elections
I haven’t been manning this blog for while due to conflicting pressures on my time, although I have been working hard on the new, re-invigorated Cambridge Conservative Association website (http://cambridgeconservatives.org.uk). I was on the streets again last weekend though to support … Continue reading
I sent the following letter to the Cambridge News yesterday and it was published in today’s edition:
Another long day at the Guidhall, waiting from 1pm to 5pm for the results of the local elections to be published. Maybe we could have saved ourselves the trouble!
One of the most frustrating aspects of campaigning over the last couple of weeks is dealing with Lib Dem FUD* about the relative strengths of the different parties in Cambridge.
This week I have: completed distribution of our local leaflet throughout the ward accompanied Nick Hillman on three more hustings events at St Bede’s School, Peterhouse College and Emmanuel URC continued direct calling all our local members to keep in … Continue reading