Gail Ross Campaigning Hard In Last Days Before Election
2nd May 2016
Local Candidate Gail Ross (SNP) is not slowing down in her campaigning to win a seat a the Scottish Parliament. She is still out travelling the width and breadth of the constituency.
Today an article appears the The Nationalist -
Affordable housing at very top of the agenda for SNP hopeful Gail Ross.
ONE of the new faces in the Scottish Parliament after Thursday's election could be Gail Ross, currently an SNP councillor and Caithness civic leader.
A councillor since 2011, she agreed to stand as an MSP candidate after Rob Gibson, the party's current MSP for Caithness, Sutherland and Ross, announced he would be retiring after the election.
Having served five years as a councillor, it seemed a natural progression. If elected, Ross aims to concentrate on issues facing rural communities such as affordable housing, jobs and land reform.
"We really need affordable housing and we need to make sure we have got land for that," she points out. "We need to work with landowners to make sure land is released for housing. That is where land reform comes in. One of the aims is to give communities more of a say and more ownership. It is a big issue. We have to make sure land is available.
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