Many congratulations to Shirley-Anne on winning the Dunfermline Constituency seat in the Holyrood election with a majority of 4,558 votes with a turnout of 57%. The campaign team worked extremely hard and we thank all of you who voted for Shirley-Anne.
Shirley-Anne is the Minister for Further Education, Higher Education and Science and works as a member of John Swinney’s Education team at Holyrood.
Shirley-Anne’s constituency office is at 34 Chalmers Street, Dunfermline, KY12 8DF. Telephone No. 01383 249 200. You can also contact her by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Shirley-Anne is an experienced Holyrood parliamentarian having been an MSP from 2007 to 2011 and a Parliamentary Aide to John Swinney. She is a proven leader in the Yes movement and the SNP. She was the Director of Communications in the Yes movement responsible for the grass roots campaign and Deputy Chief Executive of the SNP overseeing major campaign projects and managing campaign staff. She also worked closely with First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon during the Westminster campaign.
“Shirley-Anne has the experience, tenacity and passion to be, once again, a great asset to the SNP group in Holyrood. Her record as an MSP speaks for itself and she made a considerable contribution both in the Parliament and for her constituents.” Alex Salmond MP.
“Both in the chamber and campaigning in the community she made a real impact. It would be great to have her back in the Parliament.” Alex Neil MSP, Cabinet Secretary for Social Justice
“During her previous time as an MSP she impressed all her colleagues. She has the leadership skills not only to be a great Candidate but just as importantly a fantastic MSP.” Bruce Crawford MSP