All four candidates running for the Canterbury seat in the upcoming General Election will be at Canterbury Christ Church University on Tuesday 26 November 2019 from 18:30-20:00 in Augustine Hall.
The Hustings event will replicate the Question Time Leaders Special as each candidate will be given a period of time to outline their party’s main policies after which a Q&A session with the audience will follow.
Rosie Duffield (Labour), Anna Firth (Conservative), Claire Malcomson (Liberal Democrats) and Michael Gould (Independent) will all be in attendance.
If you can’t make the event but have a question to ask please ask it via twitter using the hashtag #CCCUHustings19, prior to the event. However if you are at the event you can ask your questions live.
Join us for the city’s first #election2019 hustings. Candidates @anna_firth @clairemalcomson @RosieDuffield1 will outline their party’s policies & you get to question them. Hosted by @CCCUPoliticsIR @CCCUCEFEUS @CanterburySoc CANDIFA. Book your free place https://t.co/togjXWb1Jz pic.twitter.com/6HdbzYhrnQ
— Canterbury CC Uni (@CanterburyCCUni) November 21, 2019
This is an event you certainly do not want to miss as this General Election could be even closer than 2017 where Rosie Duffield claimed the seat from the Conservative MP Sir Julian Brazier who sat in Parliament since 1987.
Some of the residents of Canterbury are outraged that Duffield is the only candidate that lives in Canterbury but please come and ask your questions.
A pre-event reception from 17.30-18.30 will take place in the lobby of Augustine House.