Suzy Davies is the regional Assembly Member for South Wales West - having first been elected in 2011. Suzy has experience of being a solicitor and has mentored with Prime Cymru and is currently the Shadow Cabinet Secretary for Education & Welsh Language.
Byron Davies is the former MP for Gower and the first Conservative to represent Gower, having won the seat from Labour for the first time in 109 years. Byron was born and raised locally, and is passionate about helping local people into work, regularly holding Jobs Fairs across our local community - linking local job seekers with local businesses looking for staff. He now serves as a Member of the House of Lords and as the Chairman of the Welsh Conservative Party.
Cllr Lyndon Jones is County Councillor for the Bishopston ward on the City & County of Swansea Council.
Elected in May 2017, Lyndon is Leader of the Conservative group on the Council.
He holds regular surgeries and keeps in touch with constituents on a regular basis. He also knocks on doors in different parts of the ward most weeks.
He works hard on local issues, like getting the No. 14 bus back to an hourly service, organising a Christmas tree in the village green at Murton for the first time, arranging repairs to pavements and roads and sorting out a number of drainage problems. For Lyndon, nothing is too much trouble.
Cllr Will Thomas is County Councillor for the Newton ward for both Swansea Council and Mumbles Community Council.
Elected in May 2017 Will is Chief Whip of the Conservative group in Swansea Council.
Will is working on big projects in the ward such as new facilities for Underhill and the upgrading of Langland tennis courts. He holds regular surgeries and keeps in touch with constituents on a daily basis.
Brigitte Rowlands is the County Councillor for the Mawr ward of Swansea, elected to office in May 2017. Her aims are to maintain and improve Mawr as an enjoyable place to live and visit. Brigitte holds regular advice surgeries across the ward and works hard to fulfil her role to benefit the communities she represents.
Paxton Hood-Williams is the local councillor for Fairwood ward, including the communities of Fairwood, Three Crosses and Upper Killay.Paxton lives in Three Crosses with his family and enjoys standing up for local people in the council and has a track record of getting things done locally.
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