lots of positivity at SDLP conference – Stephen Glenn

6 Nov

Mark Durkan MP shows his support for Fairer Votes with Stephen Glenn (Pic: @gyronny)

I am just back home from the SDLP conference at the Ramada near Shaw’s Bridge, Belfast today, with NI Campaign Manager Stephen Glenn. It was great to meet up with and receive positive comments and support from many SDLP elected representatives including:

  • Margaret Ritchie MP
  • Mark Durkan MP
  • Alasdair McDonnell MP
  • Dolores Kelly MLA
  • Conall McDevitt MLA
  • Tommy Gallagher MLA
  • Declan O’Loan MLA
  • Cllr Niall Kelly, Belfast City Council

as well as from many delegates and others at the conference.

We look forward to working with our friends in the SDLP and everyone else who signed up to YES! TO FAIRER VOTES today in the coming weeks.

Stephen Glenn, NI Campaign Manager said:

It has been a great day, meeting with so many of the influencers within the SDLP and to see the positivity with which they are greeting the Yes campaign here  in Northern Ireland.

I look forward over the next six months to working with them and everyone else from all sectors of Northern Ireland life to bring about Fairer Votes for Westminster.

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