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Meet the candidates: Christian May

Meet the candidates: Christian May

Thursday 01 September 2016

Meet the candidates: Christian May

Thursday 01 September 2016


After more than two weeks Christian May is the last of the eleven prospective politicians to be profiled in our meet the candidates series.

The equality campaigner is hoping it'll be second time lucky, he unsuccessfully stood for deputy in St Helier in the last general election.

Here we get a peek at the person behind the prospective politician...

What one thing would you do to improve life in Jersey?

Ensure all students could access funding for university; every Island student should be able to reach their full potential.

What’s your favourite place in Jersey?

St Brelade’s Bay; where I got engaged.

What’s your favourite meal?

Curry from Tamarind.

What’s your favourite pizza topping?

Chicken and mango chutney.

What’s your favourite drink?

Coffee.

What’s your favourite song?

Sultans of Swing by Dire Straits.

What’s your favourite book?

Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell by Susanna Clarke.

What’s your favourite film?

Stranger than Fiction.

If you were an animal what would you be?

A labrador.

Who would you like to be stuck in a lift with, and why?

Aaron Sorkin; to discuss his fantastic work on the West Wing.

Who would you hate to be stuck in a lift with, and why?

Donald Trump; I think it would be impossible to have a logical discussion about his positions.

Who would you vote for in this election if you couldn’t vote for yourself?

Hugh Raymond.

Tonight's hustings - Thursday 1st September - Trinity Parish Hall - 19:30.

Friday 2nd September - Trades Council Husting - St Helier Town Hall - 19:00.

Monday 5th September - Wesley Grove Methodist Centre, St Helier - 19:30.

Election Day - Wednesday 7th September.

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