A career in service to our city and our party
My name is Nicholas Rogers and I hope to be the Conservative candidate for the South West London Assembly seat.
I’ve served this city as a Special Constable. I’ve managed its largest station. I founded its second-largest TEDx event. I help run its south western railway route. I’ve stood for election to two of its councils. I want to continue this service as the Conservative candidate for the South West London Assembly constituency.
I have been an active member of the Conservative Party for well over a decade, serving as a councillor and association officer during this time. In May 2018 I had the huge honour to be elected chairman of Kingston & Surbiton Conservative Association, along with a brilliant team of officers.
As Tony Arbour retires after decades of dedicated public service to South West London, he leaves a large pair of shoes to fill. Conservatives need a candidate with passion for our city, a record of service and the ideas to motivate people to vote for us.
I hope to be that candidate.