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ELECTIONS 2014: TUV’s Anderson elected

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Donna Anderson:
Well known from community involvement in Ballymena. As the mother of a Special Needs teenager, Adam, she has particular interest in the disabled and experience as a dedicated carer. Governor at Camphill PS and qualified classroom assistant. Donna's ambition is to give Ballymena the effective representation it needs on the new council and to stand strong in defence of traditional unionist principles.

TUV Donna Anderson: Well known from community involvement in Ballymena. As the mother of a Special Needs teenager, Adam, she has particular interest in the disabled and experience as a dedicated carer. Governor at Camphill PS and qualified classroom assistant. Donna's ambition is to give Ballymena the effective representation it needs on the new council and to stand strong in defence of traditional unionist principles.

The TUV’s Donna Anderson has taken the fourth of seven seats available in the Ballymena DEA of Mid & East Antrim.

She was elected in the 10th count.

Anderson is the fourth TUV candidate to be elected to the new Mid & East Antrim authority.

 

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