SNP are not taking a single vote for granted, says Susan Aitken 

Susan Aitken is the leader of the SNP Group for Glasgow City Council and the Councillor for Langside.

She claims that the SNP has recorded 10,000 voter contacts across Glasgow since they began the Council campaign at the start of this year.

Susan said: “The SNP’s aim is to win this election in Glasgow. We believe that we will be the biggest party on the Council and that – although it’s a very big task – an overall majority may be within our grasp.

“Our candidates and activists have been campaigning as the SNP always do – going out in all weathers & taking our message directly to voters. We have delivered tens of thousands of leaflets and supporter letters.

“We are not taking a single vote for granted. We have also been using social media to promote the detailed and ambitious policies in our manifesto, For Glasgow.”


The councillor (left) also claims that the electoral system is complex  and could ultimately affect the number of seats the SNP will win.

She said: “I hope that turnout will be higher than previous Council elections and certainly that SNP supporters are motivated to come out and vote.

“There have been many elections in Scotland in recent years and some people might be a bit fed up voting!”

Author: Rebecca Graham

20 year old Journalism graduate living in Glasgow, Scotland!

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