Standing DUP Mournes Councillor Glynn Hanna is to run again in the 2 May local government election for Newry Mourne and Down District Council.
He said: “I am delighted and honoured that the Democratic Unionist Party, and the South Down DUP Association have selected me to run for re-election in the Mournes DEA of the Newry, Mourne and Down district council area.
“I was delighted to be elected in May 2014 and I have worked for all the people in Mourne from that time. I am a unionist with strong Christian values and I a member of the DUP, because I believe the DUP work hard for the people and deliver for the people of Northern Ireland. We are particularly focussed on bread and butter issues which matter to so many in our district.
“I am married with a grown up family. I am also a businessman and have run a successful business in Ballymartin repairing vehicles involved in accidents since 1987.
I have worked hard at Council meetings and always spoke up and represented those who voted for me and share my values. I have worked hard to build a solid record of delivery for the people and I hope the people will place their trust in me, on the 2 May 2019 Council elections.”
Glynn is also the father of Dianne Forsythe, a rising star in the DUP in South Down, who stood in the last Westminster election for the DUP.