Watford Liberal Democrats have soared to victory over Labour and the Conservatives in the County Council elections across the constituency, increasing our share of Watford's vote to a whopping 43%. Labour saw their majorities slashed in West and North Watford and the national Conservative surge made little headway here. We also saw two fantastic victories in Borough by-elections.
Watford Lib Dems are now looking toward the 8th of June as we campaign to get Ian Stotesbury elected as Watford next MP and change Britain's future. With Labour fading all over Watford, it's clear that this will be a 2-way battle between the Conservatives and the Liberal Democrats.
Campaigning St. Albans Road resident IAN STOTESBURY is taking action to tackle speeding traffic on Leavesden Road in North Watford.
Lib Dem County Councillor Kareen Hastrick is leading a campaign to save the popular 346 bus route which serves the Meriden and Tudor estates as well as Watford University Technical College on Colonial Way.
Most of the Harebreaks Estate was built in the 1920s when car ownership in the area was almost zero!
This means parking can be an issue - with verges often being churned up into muddy patches at this time of year.
Ian Stotesbury, Robbie Laird and the Lib Dems want to see a comprehensive plan and consultation on restoring damaged areas but also providing more parking.
Liberal Democrat Councillors have urged Herts County Council to support a vital bus service which serves Abbots Langley, Garston and Nascot.
Cllr Tim Williams (Stanborough) and Cllr Mark Watkin (Nascot) have written to Herts County Council's transport chief asking for support for a vital bus service which is facing withdrawal.