Dixon to stand for Alliance in Craigavon Central

Conrad Dixon has been selected by the Alliance Party to stand in the Craigavon Central area in the forthcoming local government elections.

Conrad Dixon said: “I am extremely proud to have been selected as the Alliance candidate for Craigavon Central. £1 billion is wasted every year maintaining a segregated society in Northern Ireland – at a time when everyone has to watch their pennies this is totally unfair and simply cannot be justified.

“The politics of the past is negative and is no good for the community. Alliance is leading change by offering positive and constructive politics. I will get on with the task of delivering real change for everyone by tackling division, to ensure that we are best placed to attract tourists and investors alike and build a shared future in which we can all make the most of every opportunity.”


Biography of Conrad Dixon

Conrad is 26 and he grew up on the Ballyhannon Road in Craigavon. He attended the local schools, Bocombra Primary, Killicomine Junior High and Portadown College. After that he attended Queen’s University and studied law with politics and then trained as a solicitor in Portadown. Conrad worked there for 2 years until he took up his current job as an in house solicitor for the NHS. He also volunteers with the Prince’s Trust in Craigavon as a business mentor and specialist legal mentor providing support to Prince’s Trust supported businesses during start-up and the first year of trading.

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