Councillor Dawn Seary has been reselected as the Conservative Party candidate to contest the Pudsey ward in the May 2024 Leeds City Council elections.
Members of Pudsey, Swinnow and Tyersal Conservatives Branch voted on Monday to reselect her as their candidate.
Cllr Seary previously stood in the 2021 local election, which was delayed from 2020 due to the pandemic, and won with 56.5% of the vote, 4,609 votes and a majority of 2,042 votes.
She said: “I’m honoured to be re-selected as the Conservative Party candidate for the Pudsey ward. My goal is to continue working tirelessly on behalf of residents and addressing any concerns they have. I will continue to ensure that their voices are heard in Leeds!
“I am committed to transparency, rejuvenating Pudsey Town Centre, reopening Pudsey Town Hall, the visitor centre and the glass house, and demanding more and better transport from our Mayor.
“I’ll continue to push for value for money for our public services in Leeds and continue to support and grow our many community events and groups that all contribute to the strong sense of community we have across the Pudsey ward.”