If elected, all Ipswich Green Party candidates would implement national Green Party policy and the policies detailed in the 2013 Suffolk Green Party Manifesto, except insofar as these no longer apply.
Charlotte Armstrong (right) is our parliamentary candidate for Ipswich.
Charlotte Armstrong (42) talks about what motivated her to offer a Green voice to Ipswich voters:
"I joined the Green Party as it is the only party to campaign for true social justice & to address our reality of climate change and environmental destruction.
I am a Green Socialist Feminist & Trade Unionist -trained in Equalities, Workplace Representation, Women & Organisation.
In 2011 I launched the "Shine a Light On Women " campaign on the candlelit steps of Ipswich Town Hall.
I have been a fully trained volunteer worker on a National Helpline.
I work in Buttermarket Boots and last October I organised a petition for the return of public seating in the Buttermarket."
"Labour, Conservatives & the Lib Dems have all been in government - & they have all let us down in many ways. I & my Party understand why 30-40% of people in Ipswich won't come out & vote for those parties. However, people have sacrificed their own lives to ensure we would all have our democratic right to vote- please don't waste yours.
Make your vote powerful, political & make it count. Vote for People, our Planet & Peace - make your Vote Green."
Regan Scott is our parliamentary candidate for Central Suffolk & North Ipswich.
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Ipswich Green Party have 10 candidates for the County Council elections