Eifion Wyn Williams

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Eifion Wyn Williams is an environmental development officer and political candidate, working for Environment Wales and the Cylch-Wales Community Recycling Network.

He previously worked for a Member of the European Parliament, Joe Wilson, and stood as a candidate in the former Caernarfon constituency during the 1997 parliamentary general election.[1]

Williams was selected to stand in the Aberconwy constituency for the Welsh Assembly elections in May 2011 after the former candidate, Llandudno councillor Ronnie Hughes, stood down for health reasons.[2] He was defeated by the Conservative candidate Janet Finch Saunders, who gained the seat from Plaid Cymru with a majority of 1,567 votes. Williams finished in third place with 5,206 votes.

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  2. ^ "Matt Withers: Labour confidence is running high". WalesOnline.co.uk. 30 April 2011. Retrieved 25 May 2017.