Peter Reisdorf

Candidate for Wirral West

General Election - 4 July 2024

Peter Reisdorf

Peter was born in Bromborough and grew up in Hoylake. He has lived in West Kirby since 1991. He went to school in Hoylake and West Kirby. After leaving school he worked in the insurance department of a Liverpool shipping company before retraining in IT. He has a degree in Computer Studies from Liverpool John Moores University and has worked for a Birkenhead-based company since 2011.

In 2000 he was elected to represent Wirral Council’s Royden Ward (Greasby, Frankby and the Newton and Grange parts of West Kirby). Following boundary changes in 2004 he represented Greasby, Frankby and Irby until 2011. During his time on the council he served for several years as the Liberal Democrat spokesperson on leisure and culture issues.

Peter's priorities include rescuing the NHS from years of Tory neglect and underfunding; protecting the environment; and restoring our links to Europe and then joining the European single market.

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