Local members of Otley and Yeadon have chosen Elliot Nathan to stand as candidate in elections to Leeds City Council on May 2 2019.
Elliot grew up in Leeds. He lives in the centre of Otley, in Manor Ward. His children attended Prince Henry’s school.
He had several jobs after leaving school before getting a degree in international studies at Leeds University in 1997.
Working in the public sector, he’s seen ﬁrst-hand the effects of government underfunding and backdoor privatisation.
He’s been a local representative for the Public and Commercial Services Union since 2002 and this has given him valuable skills in negotiating, campaigning, and representing his members.
Alex Sobel our Labour MP is backing Elliot. “Elliot is very hard-working and would make an excellent councillor for Otley and Yeadon. He has the energy and commitment to get real action on local and national problems. With a Labour councillor working together with the community, town council and city council, Labour can get a much better deal for the people of Otley and Yeadon.”
Elliot says: “I want to use my trade union experience to bring people together, get the city council to listen to Otley and Yeadon residents, make sure they’re providing the services our area needs, and challenge them when they don’t.”
Please give Elliot your vote on Thursday 2nd May 2019.
You can contact Elliot at – email@example.com