The Green Party’s General Election candidate for Lichfield and Burntwood says she is “a credible alternative” for voters.

Andrea Muckley was speaking at a hustings event at Wade Street Church ahead of the poll on Thursday (12th December).

She said the Greens offered an option for voters outside of the main parties:

“The definition of insanity is doing the same thing again and again and expecting a different outcome.

“We are living in difficult, dangerous and divisive times.

“The Green Party offers a credible alternative.”

Green Party candidate Andrea Muckley

The candidate spoke of her role as a councillor in Cannock, suggesting she had seen first hand what happens when politicians follow the party line – and the need to break free from that.

She said:

“I’m in politics to speak up for people. I don’t care if I’m unpopular because of this – I’m a solicitor so I’m used to it.

“We need this approach in Parliament as we are stuck in the mud.

“What we need is a breath of fresh air and some new MPs to shake it up.

“And we need people who actually speak for us.”

Green Party candidate Andrea Muckley

Candidates contesting the Lichfield seat at the 2019 General Election are:

  • Michael Fabricant (Conservatives)
  • John Madden (Independent)
  • Andrea Muckley (Green Party)
  • Paul Ray (Lib Dems)
  • Dave Robertson (Labour)


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