Sam Webber is standing for election in his home constituency of Bromley and Chislehurst in 2017. He previously contested this seat for the Liberal Democrats in 2010 and 2015.
Sam first got involved in party politics during the 2001 General Election campaign when he first met Simon Hughes and went out canvassing for him in Bermondsey.
He was later an intern in Simon’s constituency office for a year before studying Politics at the University of East Anglia in Norwich.
Since graduating Sam has worked in travel, advertising and business development. He is currently a Senior Communications Consultant for the news website PoliticsHome.
Sam has stood for election to Bromley Council four times and has recently spoken out about improving local recycling services and reducing litter on our streets. He is also in favour of Bromley taking its fair share of unaccompanied child refugees and supports additional investment in our overstretched adult social care services.
Sam is a member of the Bromley Civic Society, Amnesty International and the Electoral Reform Society. He is married to Vicki and currently lives in Bickley.