Thu 9 Mar, 2017

Donate to Elect Scott Ferguson

Following on from the successful campaign to elect Ross Greer as the West of Scotlands first Green MSP we are now hoping to elect our first Green Councillor in East Dunbartonshire in the Bearsden South ward.

Scott Ferguson has been involved in community activities since moving to Westerton in 2002 and would provide a strong Green voice on the council working for a bolder, fairer and greener council.

But we need your help, unlike the other parties the Scottish Green Party has no corporate backers and no funding from parliament. The other parties rely on Million pound donations, whereas we are funded with hundreds of small donations from people like you.

Please back Scott's crowfunder page or if you wish to make a more general donation hit the Donate tab on this website. For the first time we are standing candidates in every ward in East Dunbartonshire giving more people than ever before to vote Green.

 

 

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