Maurice Corry

MSP

Maurice was elected as an MSP for the West Scotland region in the Scottish Parliament election in 2016, and stood for the constituency of Dumbarton, where he increased the Scottish Conservative vote share by 2.6%.

Maurice was a local councillor for Lomond North in Argyll and Bute where he held a number of posts on the council committees since winning in 2012. 

A former soldier, he served for 38 years in the regular Army and Territorial Army and commanded the Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders Territorial Army Unit in Argyll and Bute and Dunbartonshire.

Maurice also served with the Black Watch with Nato in the Balkans and more recently in a support role with Nato Forces in Afghanistan.

In political battles he fought the West Dunbartonshire seat in the UK General Election in 2015 and managed to increase the Scottish Conservative vote.

See Also

Jamie Greene

MSP

Jamie was elected as MSP for the West Scotland region in the Scottish Parliament Elections in 2016.  He stood for the Cunninghame North seat, where he overtook Labour into 2nd position, increasing vote share by 10.9%. He is no stranger to North Ayrshire; he was our candidate in 2015 in the Westminster General Election for the North Ayrshire and Arran seat and is well known to the area.

Maurice Golden

MSP

Maurice was elected as MSP for the West Scotland region in the Scottish Parliamentary election in 2016.  He stood in the Clydebank & Milngavie constituency where he increased the Scottish Conservative vote share by 8.6%.  Maurice was no stranger to the campaign trail, having previously stood as a candidate at local government, Scottish Parliament and Westminster levels.