Kevin was born and raised in the Essex and first moved to Thurrock ten years ago. Kevin has seen first-hand how the Conservatives are devastating the NHS and how the reforms and achievements of the Liberal Democrats in the last government are being undermined. Mental health services are a particular concern to Kevin, as not nearly enough is being done to help sufferers and more resources are needed nationwide.
Kevin first joined the Liberal Democrats in 2010 after attending a rally which Nick Clegg addressed, and feeling inspired to fight for social justice.
Since then Kevin has built extensive campaigning experience, standing as a Thurrock council candidate in 2012 and fighting to be Essex's Police and Crime Commissioner in 2016, winning over 30,000 votes.