Green Party or Women's Equality supporter?

If you're a Green Party or Women's Equality supporter, you should vote for Sarah this time. Here's why:

The Green Party and the Women's Equality Party have both stood down and backed Sarah Olney as the best choice for Richmond Park.

 

1. The Green party and the Women's Equality Party have both backed Sarah

The Green Party and the Women's Equality Party have both stood down and backed Sarah as the best choice to be the new MP for Richmond Park and North Kingston. Both parties say that Sarah is the only candidate who can beat Zac Goldsmith.

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Caroline Lucas says that this is no normal by-election.

"A regressive alliance of the Tories and UKIP are working together to reinstall a pro-Brexit MP. The local Green Party has stepped up at this unique moment and is backing Sarah Olney as the best hope of beating Zac Goldsmith and denting the Government’s plans for a painful Brexit from the European Union.

"Sarah has committed to fight against airport expansion and campaign for the democratic reform we so desperately need – and I look forward to working with her on those issues in Parliament. The Green Party will, of course, continue to stand in the majority of elections – and look forward to campaigning to win seats in Richmond in the 2018 local elections.

"We wish Sarah luck on Thursday and urge people in Richmond Park to vote for her for the best chance of protecting Britain from a hard Brexit and needless airport expansion.”

 

2. Labour can't beat UKIP-backed Zac

Polls show Labour are loosing support, bookies have them at 100-1. Some Labour MPs even called on their own party not to stand a candidate. Sarah Olney is the only candidate who can beat UKIP-backed Zac Goldsmith.  

 

3. Voting for Sarah will send a message to the Tories on Brexit, Heathrow and the NHS

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Only a vote for Sarah Olney on December 1st will send the Tories a message on Brexit, Heathrow and the NHS. Unlike UKIP-backed Zac, Sarah proudly voted Remain and will fight the Government's hard Brexit agenda.

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