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Wrexham Voters: tell us which issues will decide this election

Wrexham Voters: tell us which issues will decide this election

The Guardian’s Steven Morris is Reporting to the electorate to find out what matters most to the people there and he wants your help

The Guardian will be reporting from Wrexham in north Wales ahead of the General Election, as part of a series of pieces from across the country, the focus is on understanding what makes the people living there.

The Tories are hoping to make dramatic gains in Wales- traditionally a Labour Stronghold. One of the main battlegrounds in Wrexham. Labour has won here in north Wales since 1935 but at the 2017 election, the majority for lan Lucas was only 1,832.

Lucas, a pro-remainder, has stepped down and the Tories are hopeful their candidate, Sarah Atherton, a former soldier, nurse, social worker, and micro-brewery owner, can win. The constituency is for Brexit, with 59% voting leave. But the Brexit Party is standing, which could split the pro-leave vote.

If you are a Wrexham, can you tell us what your vote will be? We want to understand the major issues you and your family face and policies are important to you. Housing Work How happy you are with the state of social relations politicking and health services.

Who has an impact on our community that we should meet? Are there issues in your family that cause discrimination? Are you considering changing your vote? We are particularly interested in hearing from traditional labor supporters who are planning to take their votes elsewhere. Perhaps you feel completely disconnected from national politics.

How to contribute

We also want to know how you’re following this choice through traditional media such as TV and newspapers or online news sites or social media. Do you belong to a local Facebook or WhatsApp group?

We want to hear from people who live in Wrexham about the issues that matter to them in the upcoming election.

To contribute, full out the encrypted form below-only the Guardian will see your responses. You can also get in touch via WhatsApp by clicking if you can as one of our journalists may be in touch to discuss further.

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