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Sandy says he is the candidate to ‘get things done’ in the race for City Hall’s top job.

The Greens are positioning themselves as the rightful heirs to Bristol’s green and progressive credentials. But having come fourth place in 2016, they have a hill to climb. In the second episode of our election special series, Neil and Sandy chat about who will ‘get things done’ for the city, managing taxpayers money, transport, housing and whether the Greens can cut through to the electorate.

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