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  • Elisabeth Wilson
    Article: Apr 27, 2022

    Elisabeth Wilson

    Ward 3 - Tranent, Wallyford and Macmerry

    As your councillor, my two top priorities will be to help those most affected by the cost of living crisis, and to push for action on green issues.

    I can bring a lot of useful experience to the job of councillor. I've been a councillor and health board member, and I have worked as a social work manager and university teacher.

  • Ben Morse
    Article: Apr 27, 2022

    Ben Morse

    Ward 2 - Preston, Seton and Gosford

    I am a Cockenzie & Port Seton resident and Community Councillor. I am originally from South Wales, though my fiancée was raised in Longniddry and remains active in Girlguiding there. I work in student support and administration at Edinburgh University.

  • Stuart Smith
    Article: Apr 27, 2022

    Stuart Smith B Sc (Hons)

    Ward 4 - North Berwick Coastal

    I have lived in North Berwick for over 30 years. I am currently retired and I have an honours degree from the Open University.

    I joined the Scottish Liberal Democrats in late 1991 and previously stood as a local government candidate in East Lothian on several occasions during the 1990s. I served one term as a Community Councillor in North Berwick from 1999 to 2003 and have continued to be involved in various community activities in the years since then.

  • Susan Butts
    Article: Apr 27, 2022

    Susan Butts

    Ward 1 - Musselburgh

    I spent sixteen years between, 1986 and 2002, working for the Libraries' Service in East Lothian; and, although I moved away to work elsewhere, I chose to return to East Lothian when I retired. I have been back living in Musselburgh since July 2021.

    During my career, I focused particularly on supporting adults with Literacy and Numeracy issues. This, along with offering computer classes, was important in allowing everybody to access and assess information for themselves.

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