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LibDem Expand and the Leadership Election

As one election finishes, another begins! Just as we start to recover from the General Election, a Leadership Election is called…

But we’re not resting on our laurels. During the coming weeks and months, this is what we’re planning to do:

  • Contact all candidates for the leadership once they have announced. Where do they stand on a 650 Strategy? What changes would they hope to bring about to grow and skill up local parties?
  • Reach out to everyone who we spoke to during the General Election campaign. We saw lots of tweets and comments from people calling for exactly what we envisage for the party. Let’s get them onboard!
  • Make a decision on what presence LibDem Expand may be able to have at Autumn Conference.
  • Slightly more longer term: Design and issue a survey to local parties across the country asking them about their capacity gaps in the General Election.

If you would like to get involved and help us with any of these, please do get in touch.

And since you’re here, why not take a moment to subscribe to our mailing list, or join as a member? Since our launch we’ve built a network of fantastic contributors and generous supporters, but we can’t build a 650 Strategy without you.

LibDem Expand aims to build a ‘650 seat strategy’ for the Liberal Democrats, with no ‘no go areas’ and a message for every voter. Be part of the campaign. Subscribe to our updates, donate, or join.


1 comment on “LibDem Expand and the Leadership Election

  1. Pingback: Early bird for Autumn Conference closes TODAY – Liberal Democrat Expand

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