Lib Dem conferences come with quite a lot of paperwork, which makes the Liberal Democrat conference app very handy to help keep on top of all the information. … Read the full post »
Welcome to my series of tips and advice about the Liberal Democrats for party members. They appear weekly in the London Region email bulletin for members and then subsequently are posted up on this site. Do get in touch if you have any suggestions for future tips.
The Lib Dem Newbies group is run by and for new and not-quite-so-new Liberal Democrat members. There’s a great buzz about the group, and it’s a wonderful source of information, support and inspiration. … Read the full post »
There’s an active and friendly Liberal Democrat community on Reddit, the social network site which is often nicknamed ‘the frontpage of the internet’. … Read the full post »
Whether it’s for sending out with a tweet or putting in a leaflet, taking a photo on your smartphone of a team of Liberal Democrats out campaigning is now a common part of campaigning.
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There’s a free app available for Android and iPhone which makes canvassing much easier and quicker, and was used successfully in the Witney by-election. … Read the full post »
Delivering leaflets is such an apparently straight-forward activity that you don’t see any training sessions or briefing materials in the party about how to do it. … Read the full post »
email@example.com is the extremely straightforward, and also extremely useful, email address to get in touch with the “customer services” team at party HQ. … Read the full post »
Just updated, the 2017 Agents Manual is an essential guide for anyone who will be a Liberal Democrat agent at the general election. … Read the full post »
Connect is the electoral database program used by the Liberal Democrats. This is where we store the names and addresses of voters, along with data which we gather. … Read the full post »
It’s easy to get lost in believing just the good news about your own side, especially in politics – and all the more so given the natural instinct of people to share (only) the good news about by-elections or new opinion polls. … Read the full post »