UKIP candidate thanks the electorate for their support

15:51 22 November 2012

I’D like to thank all the residents of Cambridgeshire who voted for me in the recent Police and Crime Commissioner Election. Whilst we didn’t win, we did come a credible third and I am most grateful to you all.

Unfortunately, the organisation of the election left much to be desired which makes the efforts of those who did vote even more commendable. We may not agree with an elected Police & Crime Commissioner, or with the policies of the current government, but, in a democracy, our right to vote is the only way that we can enforce change.

I wish Sir Graham Bright and his team all the very best in their new role.

I thank you all for your support.

PAUL BULLEN

UKIP Police & Crime Commissioner Candidate

Stirling Rd, St Ives

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