Sunday, 3 August 2014

Breaking News: Sam Armstrong To Run As East Midlands Chair

Sam Armstrong, the Deputy Chair for Nottinghamshire CF, is set to run as the East Midlands Chairman. Sam has decided to stand with only one purpose. To make sure the Conservatives are on top form in 2015.

Matt Riley, who was leading the CF ground war in the Newark by-election, has told #ThingsElliottSays "Sam is the one to back for the CF elections if you live in Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire, Lincolnshire, Leicestershire, Northamptonshire and Rutland. There is no one more dedicated to campaigning than Sam and no one more able to get everything set up beforehand. There is a reason why Sam was selected to help manage the key Bingham office during the by-election in Newark. I'm sure he will be key also amongst the regional Conservatives by helping in 2015. But to see him in full swing he must be elected."

Sam with NUCA, Trent CF and Andrew Lewer MEP.

Sam is tipped as the leader by #ThingsElliottSays in the race to become the next East Midlands Chairman. He has shown competence in organising campaigning not just in Newark but getting a coach load of students up from Nottingham to campaign in Lancashire for the day. Indeed Sam has helped in a plethora of 40:40 seats across the country from Chester to Croydon or Rosendale and Darwen to Sherwood.

Sam has told #ThingsElliottSays "I'm looking forward to the campaign, I have a background in putting the hard yards campaigning on the doorstep for candidates right across the East Midlands and beyond and I'm looking forward to bringing that experience, vision and drive to East Midlands CF."

Sam with Loughborough MP and Education Secretary, Nicky Morgan.

Sam is the bookies favourite to win the election in the East Midlands in a CF Elections that has been dominated by decent candidates wanting to campaign hard for 2015.

#ThingsElliottSays will bring you more information  on the elections in his home area of the East Midlands. You can see what Sam is up to on his Facebook page here.

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