UKIP candidate: ‘It’s been a good experience”.
UKIP’s parliamentary candidate for Welwyn Hatfield has vowed to carry on in politics even if he doesn’t win tonight.
David Platt, from Hoddesdon, was the first candidate from the six parties up for election to arrive at Campus West tonight, and told the Welwyn Hatfield Times that his campain had been “a good experience”.
And he said he would continue in politics after tonight’s vote.
“It’s been a good experience, I’ve had some good feedback from people when I’ve been out canvassing,” Mr Platt said.
“It’s an open race, and I believe anybody can win.
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“I’ve never been involved in politics before, with a party before, but I’ve made a vow to myself that this is the way I’m going to go forward.”
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