Liam began his political career after organising a petition against anti-social behaviour. He got a lacklustre response when he tried to raise the issue with Bridgwater’s Conservative MP, so turned to the Labour-run Town Council instead.
Bridgwater Labour was very supportive, introducing regular meetings where local people could report concerns to the police. The incident inspired Liam to get more involved, and he’s been an active party member ever since.
Having spent five years working in the care sector, Liam is passionate about improving the standard of social care in the area.
If elected, he will fight for better community transport links, allowing elderly and disabled people to stay in their own homes for longer, and strive to tackle anti-social behaviour and littering.
Candidate for Huntspill & Pawlett