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McCandless and Callan selected to fight East Londonderry seat for UUP

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Councillor Aaron Callan and Councillor William McCandless have been selected by the Ulster Unionist Party to fight the upcoming Assembly Elections in East Londonderry.

In a joint statement, the Councillors said: “At the Ulster Unionist Party AGM today there was a distinct mood of optimism. With only 54 days remaining to the Assembly election candidates and delegates alike were motivated to rise to the challenge which lies ahead.”

“Mike Nesbitt gave an inspirational speech and with the buoyancy of the two elections in 2014 & 2015 we look forward to the electorate increasing our presence in the Assembly.”

“We are ready for the challenge and loo forward to making a change for the electorate in East Londonderry. You deserve better because what we currently have has been dysfunctional and not delivering for you.”

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