“I will work so hard to represent Aberdeen”.
That was the first pledge made by SNP MP Kirsty Blackman after the people of Aberdeen North chose to re-elect her as their representative.
The seat was historically a Labour hold until Mrs Blackman won two years ago with 56% of the vote and a majority of 13,396.
During her campaign, the former Hilton, Woodside and Stockethill councillor pointed to her track record over the past two years and her accessibility as an MP.
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After winning for a second time, she said: “I’m hoping to be as accessible as possible, I have tried my very best to be an MP that people can come to if they have got any problems and I am hoping to continue that.”
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