Carlisle council elections webchat: Joe Hendry, Labour
Published at 08:35, Monday, 30 April 2012
Voters in Carlisle go to the polls on Thursday in elections that will decide who runs the city council.
A third of the council's seats are up for grabs on May 3 - and all of the parties have revealed manifestoes they believe hold the key to success.
Now you have the chance to put prominent politicians from the three main parties on the spot in a series of webchats.
Labour's Joe Hendry, the Lib Dems' Trevor Allison and Conservatives' Mike Mitchelson will all answer your questions over three separate sessions this week, starting today (Monday).
Mr Hendry gets the one-hour webchats underway from 3pm today when he will be in the spotlight. If you've got a question, come back later and ask it!
Published by http://www.newsandstar.co.uk
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