Swansea West

Senedd21: Samantha Chohan | Welsh Conservatives | Swansea West


1. Tell us about yourself:

I am Samantha, I have been married to Paul for 24 years, and we have ten children. I understand first hand the pressures that parents face in trying to provide for their children.  I grew up in South Wales and was a young carer for my mum from the age of 11. I have worked in various care settings, I currently work as a Domiciliary Care Assistant and I’m proud to have worked throughout the pandemic. I have a degree in Health and Social Care Management. I love meeting new people. I am passionate about supporting people and helping them to achieve their goals.  When I am not in work, I enjoy baking, reading, and going for walks with my family.

2. What is the most important thing you think the Senedd should do in the next five years?

We must restore, recover, and rebuild after the damage caused by the pandemic. In practice this means restoring our health by cutting waiting times, recover our freedoms to see family and do all the things that make life worth living, and rebuild our shattered economy by promoting growth cutting taxes and making Wales the best place in Britain to start and grow a business.

3. What will you do for your constituency/region if elected?

If I am elected, I will propose that we keep the Swansea Bay field hospital open to cut waiting lists. I will also work with any party to deliver the Swansea City Deal, helping to create over 9,000 jobs and building a city fit for the 21st Century, delivering real opportunities for our people.

Our region has massive potential from the beauty of the hills at the tops of the valleys, to the history in Bridgend, the industrial heart in Port Talbot and the beauty of the Swansea bay coast. Our people are hard working but are let down by a government in the Senedd that does not see much beyond Cardiff. I will work to see our potential realised by expanding choice in the delivery of our public services and remind Cardiff bay that there is a country outside of Cardiff that has been taken for granted for far too long.

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