Glasgow East has suffered from decades of Labour neglect. Their sense of entitlement to votes from the people in the East End has left many disillusioned. People tell us they want an MP who will stand up for their interests; promote the positives of our area whilst tackling problems caused by inequality, poverty and neglect. That means an MP who will vote for progress over austerity, fairness over poverty, and dignity over injustice.
Natalie McGarry is 33 and currently works for a charity helping young people and communities across Scotland. After studying Law at university, she has spent most of her working life in the voluntary sector.
A co-founder of Women for Independence, one of the major success stories of the referendum campaign, she has helped drive up female participation in politics and push equality up the political agenda..
Natalie is a regular commentator and contributor in the media, frequently appearing on television and radio, as well as having written columns for the Scotsman, the Herald, and many local publications.
Active in the party for over two decades, Natalie is committed to social justice, equality and fairness at the heart of the SNP’s campaign.