Mark Isherwood, the current Member of the Senedd for North Wales has been selected by members of the Delyn Conservative Association as their candidate for Delyn at next year’s Senedd election.
Mark, who was first elected as an Assembly Member for North Wales in 2003 has been chosen to fight the Delyn seat in next May’s election.
Chairman of the Delyn Conservative Association, Cllr Tim Roberts has said:
“I wish to extend congratulations to our sitting Regional MS, Mark Isherwood in his selection for the Delyn seat in the forthcoming Senedd elections.
“His wealth of experience gained over the last 17 years will be a great opportunity to turn Delyn Blue in Cardiff, as we did in Westminster following the 2019 General Election.
“The elections for the Senedd in May 2021 offer the chance to remove the ineffective Labour administration allowing the funding imbalance so painfully experienced by all in the North to be addressed. The only way to ensure that this happens is by realising the value of all votes; this election is every bit as important as the General Election, if not more so as it has very direct influences on our everyday lives in Wales.
“Campaigning for the election will be difficult and different this time due to probable ongoing restrictions caused by the Pandemic.”
Commenting on his selection, Shadow Minister for Local Government, Communities, and North West Growth Deal, Mark said:
“It is a privilege to have been selected as Delyn’s Welsh Conservative Candidate for the 2021 Welsh General Election.
“Twenty plus years of Labour Welsh Governments have been a disaster for devolution in Wales. The people of Delyn deserve better.”
Mark, who is Shadow Minister for Local Government, Housing and Communities. Shadow Minister for the Armed Forces and North Wales, has also held the Shadow briefs including Finance, Education, and Europe, added:
“Using my extensive experience as a Member of the Senedd for North Wales since 2003, I want to give the people of Delyn the voice and recognition in Cardiff Bay that they deserve.”