Why going to help in target seats matters

A reminder from 1997 why people going to help in target seats matters:

Narrowest seat results from The British General Election of 1997
From The British General Election of 1997.

Four of the five closest results in the country were Liberal Democrat wins. Those only just elected include one Edward Davey.

As well as helping in person, you can also help from home with phone calls.

Whichever way you help, you can be sure the seats you’ll be directed to by party HQ are the ones that most need the help.

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2 responses to “Why going to help in target seats matters”

  1. Mark
    Filled in website forms in response to HQ emails for Sarah Dyke and Ed Morello. No follow up to me. Am now delivering for Ed through my contacts in West Dorset.

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