Election Results

The election results are in. I’ve had a few hours kip, and unfortunately Julie Cushion came second in Blenheim Park.

Thank you to all 624 people who voted for Julie and the Conservatives in Blenheim. Rest assured that it is business as normal and the service I have given to residents of Blenheim over the past year will continue and the good work undertaken by Blenheim Conservatives will continue.

In the past couple of weeks we have enforced verge parking where residents have wanted it – with signs and the spy car  (yes note I said RESIDENTS wanted it) and had two new bins installed along Prittle Brook.

On a Southend-wide basis it wasn’t the best night for the Conservatives, however we will continue to work for what we believe to be best for the town.

Next surgery – tomorrow 10:30am!

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About jamescourtenay

Local Southend resident, since before I can remember. I am hoping to represent the residents of Blenheim Park Ward after the May 2011 Local Elections. Straight Talking? - Yes. Approachable? - Yes. Accountable? - Yes. See my blog to find out how!
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3 Responses to Election Results

  1. Is that picture of Julie next to a bin symbolic of where the electorate put the Tories?

    • Haha very funny Julian! The Tory vote in Blenheim was disappointing, but hard work and determination will win is through in the end.

      Whether we are on a bounce or mid-term dip nationally, the voters of Blenheim will in the end have to decide whether they want active, keen, get up and go councillors like me or councillors who are ‘nice’ but ineffectual, nameless individuals.

      To be fair to Graham he is not nameless….

      I didn’t see Tony sorting out housing, litter or small business issues during the last year or even during the election campaign.

      You were keen going in on Friday to sign the book and collect your stuff. Tuesday I think your appointment becomes effectual?

      Sent from my iPhone

  2. Pingback: Reviews and on casting votes « Julian's musings

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