PPC – David McNabb

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I am David McNabb, the Reform Party candidate for the Mid Dunbartonshire seat in Westminster. I firmly believe that hard work should enable anyone to achieve their goals, no matter their background, education, or skill levels.

I am committed to fostering prosperity in all of the towns and rural communities across Mid Dunbartonshire by focusing on growing our local economy and developing sustainable jobs through effective transport links and direct investment. Aligned with the Reform Party’s vision, I am dedicated to moving beyond the divisive politics that have fragmented our communities, advocating for a united approach to meet the immediate needs of our people in Scotland and Mid Dunbartonshire.

My key message is straightforward: regardless of your education, background, religion or beliefs, I aim to make your life more secure and better by minimising government intervention. Together, we can build a community where everyone is empowered to raise their families in safety with confidence and pride.

Personal Background:

Born in Yoker and raised by a single parent, I learned the importance of balancing hard work with family commitments from a young age. Experiencing the pressures of making ends meet, I came to understand first-hand the challenges many families face — from affording school uniforms and Christmas presents to enjoying simple holidays. These experiences instilled in me a deep understanding of the struggles faced by underprivileged families.

My educational journey led me from Primary and Secondary School, where juggling part-time work with studies made academic pursuits challenging. Determined to succeed, I chose a pragmatic route to higher education through local colleges, focusing on IT before ultimately graduating from Glasgow University with an Honours Degree in Computing Science.

Professionally, I have enjoyed a successful career in IT and digital transformations, contributing across sectors including the energy sector and public sector as banking and financial services. My work across these diverse fields has provided me with a broad perspective on the economic, public and energy challenges facing Scotland today.

As a single parent of four boys, I live the work-life balance struggle many families endure. My life, bustling with the activities of a dynamic family, gives me a unique insight into the realities of modern family life, from supporting my boys’ football ambitions to ensuring they can pursue their own dreams and interests. This personal experience drives my commitment to serve and improve our community, advocating for policies that support families of all configurations and faiths in achieving a balanced and fulfilling life.

My personal interests mirror my love for the outdoors and an active lifestyle. An avid hill walker, golfer, and motorbike enthusiast, I find solace and adventure in Scotland’s landscapes. Having completed a marathon and currently training for the Edinburgh Marathon, I embody the determination and discipline I hope to bring to my political career. These pursuits keep me grounded and connect me to our community and the beautiful environment of Mid Dunbartonshire.

My journey from a youth in Yoker to a Reform Party candidate is a testament to my belief in hard work, resilience, and the power of community. I stand ready to bring my blend of professional expertise and personal empathy to serve the people of Mid Dunbartonshire, working tirelessly to create a brighter future for all.


Mid Dumbartonshire Constituency Map

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Mid Dunbartonshire Constituency Information

Electorate: 73,389


  • Milngavie
  • Bearsden North
  • Bearsden South
  • Bishopbriggs North and Campsie


  • Bishopbriggs South
  • Lenzie and Kirkintilloch South
  • Kirkintilloch East and North and Twechar