It’s been a busy day with manifesto launches and some vigorous campaigning.
Anna McMorrin has posted this video in response to Craig Williams’.
The Labour manifesto is now online for you to read.
Craig Williams, meanwhile, has posted a video about the Conservative pledge to abolish the Severn Bridge tolls, which he says: “hold business back”.
Steffan Webb was at the Plaid Cymru manifesto launch this morning. The manifesto is now online for you to read.
Matt Hemsley says the Lib Dems will, “scrap mass snooping powers”.
UKIP candidate Gary Oldfield hasn’t been in touch yet.
Steffan Webb appears in this video posted on the Plaid Cymru Cardiff North Facebook page.
Anna McMorrin has been out braving the rain.
Craig Williams is promoting a “Telephone Town Hall” with Teresa May.
Matt Hemsley reporting that the Lib Dems plan to build 300,000 houses a year.
We’re still waiting for UKIP candidate Gary Oldfield to get in touch.
The candidates have been pretty quiet today, so we’ll look back at the 2015 general election. The 2015 election predates this site so the content is on Tongwynlais.com. We published profiles of the candidates and sent them some questions to answer. We also reported from local hustings and looked at the candidates’ leaflets.
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You may recognise the name of the Alter Change candidate. Shaun Jenkins is now a Conservative Councillor for Llanishen.
With no Green Party candidate standing this year, there are some voters who’ll be interested in the environmental stance of the other candidates. We’ve already been asked to pose this question to them.
We ran a Twitter poll to find out whether the candidate or the party leader is more important when you cast your vote. 60% said the candidate who represents them is more important.
Craig Williams has been out canvassing in Gabalfa.
Steffan Webb is keeping fit and setting PBs.
Matt Hemsley is promoting the Lib Dem’s policy for giving a month’s paternity leave to new dads.
Anna McMorrin has been out canvassing and says Brexit is a concern for people.
We’ve asked if UKIP candidate Gary Oldfield is going to join Twitter/Facebook for his official campaign.
Today we have a pitch from the Liberal Democrat candidate Matt Hemsley.
Plaid Cymru candidate Steffan Webb has announced his campaign launch.
Labour’s Anna McMorrin welcomed Deputy Leader Tom Watson to Cardiff.
Craig Williams is promising that the Conservatives will guarantee support for the Armed Forces.
Friends of Forest Farm have a volunteer event this Sunday.
We go to the polls in 4 weeks and the campaign is well underway. The official nomination list was published today so we finally have the full roster of candidates.
The candidates have been out and about, braving the weather and answering the crucial questions.
Labour candidate Anna McMorrin was joined by Carl Sargeant on the doorstep in Whitchurch.
Plaid Cymru candidate Steffan Webb is making clever use of local signage to get his message across.
Conservative candidate Craig Williams makes a pitch on his Facebook page.
The new LIDL in Llandaff North has opened. Opinions are still divided.
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