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West Norfolk general election candidates sum up their campaigns in five words





Ahead of Thursday’s general election, we asked each of our candidates to sum up their message to voters in five words.

They had free reign to be as straightforward or creative as they like in a bid to have one final say to our readers.

Click on the links at each candidate’s name to read our full in-depth interviews with them before you head to the polls.

Here’s what they had to say…

SOUTH WEST NORFOLK

James Bagge (Independent): South West Norfolk deserves better

James Bagge
James Bagge

Lorraine Douglas (Communist Party of Britain): Peace, public ownership, workers' rights

Lorraine Douglas
Lorraine Douglas

Terry Jermy (Labour): Local, Hard-working, On Your Side

Terry Jermy
Terry Jermy

Josie Ratcliffe (Liberal Democrats): Positive, Active and People-Centred

Josie Ratcliffe
Josie Ratcliffe

Pallavi Devulapalli (Green Party): Dentists, Respect, Health, Insulation, Wildlife

Pallavi Devulapalli
Pallavi Devulapalli

Liz Truss (Conservatives): Experienced fighter for Conservative values

Liz Truss
Liz Truss

Gary Conway (Heritage Party): Family, Freedom, Nation, Common Sense

Gary Conway
Gary Conway

Earl Elvis of East Anglia (Official Monster Raving Loony Party): Vote for a complete change

Earl Elvis of East Anglia
Earl Elvis of East Anglia

Toby McKenzie (Reform UK): Grassroots, Choice, Passionate, Conviction, Hope

Toby McKenzie
Toby McKenzie

NORTH WEST NORFOLK

James Wild (Conservatives): Re-elect your strong local voice

James Wild
James Wild

Tim Leaver (Labour): Change your future - vote Labour

Tim Leaver
Tim Leaver

Rob Colwell (Liberal Democrats): Local. Trusted. Cares. Knowledgeable. Experienced.

Rob Colwell
Rob Colwell

Phil Walton (Reform UK): Community, Integrity, Reform, Unity, Empowerment

Phil Walton
Phil Walton

Michael de Whalley (Green): Local issues. Social, environmental justice.

Michael de Whalley
Michael de Whalley

Announcements on who the next MP will be for both constituencies are expected in the early hours of Friday morning.



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