Bangor Aberconwy Constituency
John's personal political views are centre-right / libertarian.
For the last 22 years, John has been running a small business in Conwy, so he knows what Welsh businesses are up against – high taxes, too much regulation, intense competition and inflation. Twelve years of Tory rule has benefited the few at the expense of the nation and proved their economic incompetence.
John voted for Brexit because he believes in the British people. He is proud of British history and believes that democracy is the only way to govern this amazing country.
John believes Britain should not be involved in endless foreign wars and that our armed forces should focus on defending Britain and British interests. We can regain our place in the world through leadership, good business practices and entrepreneurial creativity.
He is also a populist, so if he succeeds in getting elected he will advocate for my constituent's wishes, even if they are sometimes at odds with his own opinion. He strongly believes elected people work for the people who voted them in, not the other way around. Our current government offends him deeply for their deficit in this regard.
Labour and the Conservatives have all but merged. Plaid Cymru and the Liberal Democrats just offer the same mix of woke globalism and British defeatism. Never has it been more important for patriotic British opposition to challenge our woke establishment.
If you trust John with your vote, he will fight for a strong United Kingdom and will always seek to represent your interests over any external concern or pressure group.
Bangor Aberconwy Constituency Map
New constituency boundary is highlighted in dark green
3 Betws yn Rhos
4 Betws-y-Coed and Trefriw
10 Eglwysbach a Llangernyw
11 Glyn y Marl
12 Gogarth Mostyn
13 Llanrwst and Llanddoged
20 Uwch Aled
21 Uwch Conwy
23 Canol Bangor (Bangor Central)
24 Canol Bethesda (Bethesda Central)
26 Dwyrain Bangor (Bangor East)
30 Tregarth and Mynydd Llandegai
31 Y Faenol (Vaynol)