LABOUR'S candidate for Staffordshire Police and Crime Commissioner hit the campaign trail today alongside the Shadow Minister for Borders and Immigration.
Chris Bryant MP joined Stoke-on-Trent City Councillor Joy Garner - who will contest the new role against Conservative candidate, Staffordshire County Councillor Matthew Ellis - just days before Thursday's election.
Along with other Labour activists the pair took to the streets of Stafford, talking to potential voters on their own doorsteps.
Mr Bryant said: It was great to be campaigning in Stafford. "I would urge the people of Staffordshire to get to the polls on Thursday and vote for Labour's Joy Garner," he said. “A vote for Joy is a vote for tough action on anti-social behaviour and a vote to keep Bobbies on the beat.” Mrs Garner has pledged, if elected to take swift action on anti-social behaviour and spend cash putting bobbies back on the beat.