With many moved commas, extra references to Donald Trump, a bonus reference to Darth Vader, extra head-gear advice for when driving a tank and over 10% more text in total: the 2nd edition of 101 Ways To Win An Election is now available as an ebook too. … Read the full post »
Posts featuring Liberal Democrat activist and co-author of 101 Ways To Win An Election, Ed Maxfield.
Six books, nearly all fun to read (expect perhaps one that is rather technical, with more in the way of regression equations than memorable case studies) and all packed full of useful election winning and party rebuilding advice.
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Ukip has slashed prices in their online store – including a certain book entitled “101 Ways To Win an Election.” Not sure quite what to make of that… … Read the full post »
No, this is not me. Absolutely not me. No way it could be me. … Read the full post »
Facts tell, but stories sell … If you’re not communicating in stories, you’re not communicating – James Carville and Paul Begala … Read the full post »
As with all rules, there are the exceptions. The massively flooded paths in several Haringey parks have demonstrated the power of the exception. … Read the full post »
It’s far better to have people’s votes influenced by public information, that’s legal and open to scrutiny, than by semi-secret, unscrutinised whispered claimed statistics. … Read the full post »
As frontrunner to be Labour’s candidate in the next London Mayoral elections, David Lammy is anxious to burnish his man-of-the-people credentials. … Read the full post »
I will be signing copies of the book I wrote with Ed Maxfield, 101 Ways To Win An Election, at the ALDC stand at Liberal Democrat conference, this Saturday in Brighton from 10:15am to 10:45am. Hope to see you there. … Read the full post »
One of my most embarrassing moments when writing words of campaigning advice happened nearly a decade ago when a colleague and I realised… … Read the full post »