Sarah Murray

Liberal Democrats select Sarah Murray as Parliamentary Candidate for Burton Upon Trent/Uttoxeter

The Liberal Democrats are pleased to announce that Sarah Murray has been chosen as their parliamentary candidate for the General Election on 4 July.  With a proven track record of listening to voters as a city councillor in Worcester and having worked in the fields of law, education and mental health, Sarah brings a wealth of experience and a deep commitment to public service.

Sarah’s extensive experience as a city councillor, special educational needs teacher, and recent training as a Domestic Abuse Champion demonstrate her passion for addressing the needs of the people she strives to support.  With a focus on putting community first, she aims to prioritise the interests of the people of Burton upon Trent and Uttoxeter.

Sarah’s career history, which spans the legal profession, education and mental health work as well as numerous volunteering roles, has equipped her with an understanding of the challenges facing the people of Burton upon Trent and Uttoxeter.  Her dedication to transparency, accountability and collaboration will be instrumental in driving positive change here.

In accepting the nomination, Sarah expressed her eagerness to represent the diverse communities of Burton upon Trent/Uttoxeter, emphasising her commitment to ensuring their needs would take precedence in political decision making.

The Liberal Democrats believe that Sarah’s leadership would bring a fresh perspective to parliamentary representation and would prioritise the welfare and aspirations of Burton upon Trent/Uttoxeter’s residents.  As the campaign unfolds, Sarah looks forward to listening to concerns and advocating for the positive development of the constituency.

Sarah Murray said ‘People matter to me.  We have seen too many career politicians who take our communities for granted and make choices out of self-interest.  Burton upon Trent and Uttoxeter need a strong voice at Westminster and I am the candidate to make sure we have one.’

Sarah Murray

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