Daily View: the poster special

Here’s a better way to spend a few minutes than reading my Sunday morning post.

Take this window poster, print it off (preferably on a colour printer) and stick it in your window.

(Why? Because the more people see that friends and neighbours support Nick Clegg and the Liberal Democrats, the more they are likely to do so themselves.)

Then help spread the message by sending a tweet or setting your Facebook status along these lines:

People are flocking to #LibDems. Help keep it going with poster at http://bit.ly/libdemposter – print off + stick up! #iagreewithnick

Hat-tip: Stuart Bonar

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3 Comments

  • Great! I’ve just ordered a “I agree with Nick” tee shirt. I’d love to have a similar window poster. Any chance?

  • Mark Turner 21st Apr '10 - 9:41am

    Why do you not have a ‘I agree with Nick’ poster for download rather than the rather grim one you recommend above.

    Something like at i agree with nick

  • I agree with Nick and the other 2 commenters – the party needs to move faster – lets have some I agree with Nick posters and also lets not always put up winning here if we are definitely winning here……. it’s like the bar charts people get so annoyed about – we have to communicate clearly and fairly else we damage the brand…..

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