Kerry was elected as the Labour Member of Parliament for Bristol East in May 2005.
Over the past five years Kerry has worked hard to get the best deal for Bristol East and the people who live there. In Westminster she is recognised for her work on child poverty and international development, winning Child Poverty Action Group's first ever "Child Poverty Champion" award and spending two years as parliamentary aide to Douglas Alexander, Secretary of State for International Development. In Bristol she has led the campaign for better public transport, challenging First Group to reduce fares and improve services.
As well as taking up 1000s of individual cases on behalf of her constituents Kerry has worked closely with community groups and local residents, on issues such as anti-social behaviour, neighbourhood policing, school standards, youth provision and ensuring better access to public services.
She has made sure that the voices of the people of east Bristol are heard in Westminster, with a track record of being one of the hardest-working MPs in Parliament, and has consistently held the local Council to account.
Now, Kerry needs your help to continue the work that she has been doing locally. Please take a moment to contribute whatever you can to her campaign.
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