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9 November 2012

East Kent TUSC meeting to plan election challenge

THE RMT transport union’s South East Region Executive Member Mike Sargent has arranged the following TUSC meeting to discuss a campaign to put forward TUSC candidates for the Kent County Council elections in May 2013.

Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition – East Kent working group

Next meeting, Wednesday 14th November 6.30pm at the RMT offices, Maritime House, Snargate Street, Dover.

TUSC AGAINST CUTS – The real political alternative and true representation of the working class.

Contact: mikesargent47@hotmail.com Tel: 07715323793

 

Why not be a local council candidate?

IF THERE is a council by-election in your area why not stand and spread the TUSC anti-austerity message yourself?  Check regularly for an official ‘Notice of Vacancy’ on your council website and, of course, in the local press to see when seats might come up.

TUSC was initially established precisely with the aim of enabling trade unionists, community campaigners and socialists to resist electorally as part of a national coalition the pro-austerity consensus of the establishment parties.  Candidates for local council elections are required to endorse TUSC’s Local Elections ‘core policies’ platform, posted on the TUSC website at http://www.tusc.org.uk/policy.php, but with that provision are responsible for their own campaign.

An application form to stand as a TUSC candidate, so you can be issued with a Certificate of Authorisation from the TUSC National Nominating Officer to hand in with the nomination papers to the local council returning officer, is on the TUSC website at http://www.tusc.org.uk/candidates.php  Why not join the fightback?