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Hemel Hempstead Liberal Democrats Celebrate Ron Tindall's Win in Hemel Hempstead St Pauls in County Elections

Hemel Party June Potten End 2017A well-attended party for Liberal Democrat members and election helpers in Hemel Hempstead was held recently to thank people for their hard work, to review progress and success and to consider future activity and campaigning.

Ron Tindall, Liberal Democrat candidate in the recent county elections, has been comfortably re-elected to Hemel Hempstead's St Pauls County Council Division.

Ron Tindall, who is the Liberal Democrat Opposition Spokesperson for Adult Care, has already served 8 years on the County Council and was re-elected in May for a further 4-year term.

The picture shows Stephen Wilson, Chair of the Hemel Hempstead Branch of West Herts Liberal Democrat Local Party thanking everyone who had worked so hard to get Ron re-elected to Hertfordshire County Council in HH St Pauls HCC Results 2017May and then carried on to work for Sally Symington, who stood as the Liberal Democrat Parliamentary Candidate for Hemel Hempstead in the General Election in June.

Although the Liberal Democrats remained in third place they nevertheless increased their share of the vote and kept their deposit.

In his address to those present, Stephen Wilson, said that the party must now consolidate and expand its existing campaigning team in preparation for the Dacorum Borough Council elections in 2019.

He took the opportunity to welcome the many new members who had joined since the 2015 general Election.

Sally Symington also spoke to add her personal thanks for those who had worked hard and supported her during the general election.

She also pointed out that the party was now at its highest membership ever, well over 100,000, well ahead of the Greens and UKIP and with a realistic prospect of recruiting more members than the Conservative Party, whose membership continued to fall.

The part was held at Sally's home in Potten End and Stephen Wilson thanked her for her generosity and hospitality.