Opinion: How you can help vital campaigns from the comfort of your living room

With five by-election campaigns, a mayoral election and the police commissioner elections spread all around the country, there’s a host of opportunities to get involved in a campaign near you.
Last Saturday we ran a series of Regional Action Days for many of these campaigns.  Thank you so much to all of you who came.  A huge amount of valuable work was done, and hopefully you had fun too!
There’s another Regional Action Day this Saturday, November 10th, to help our superb candidate, Jill Hope, in the Corby by-election.  Details are available at the pre-registration page here.  If you can come, please do register, it really helps with planning.
And you don’t need a special action day to help, these offices will welcome help any day, and any time.  Do give them a call.
Of course, travelling to one of these campaigns isn’t an option for everyone.  If so, you can still make an important contribution by helping with telephone canvassing.
You’ll need a Connect login.  If you don’t have one, ring the number of any of the campaigns below, and they can help sort that out.  You need a virtual phone bank (VPB) code for that particular campaign, given below.
For those of you who will be helping in this way, your help is enormously important.
And thank you.
Marc Ramsbottom’s Manchester Central campaign:
VPB code: 7559AI-2937
Jill Hope’s Corby campaign:
VPB code: 585F9N-1363
Jon Rogers’ Bristol Mayoral campaign:

VPB code: 97BCAL-7181

To help you can ring 0117 329 7175 or use the form here
Bablin Molik’s Cardiff South and Penarth campaign:
VPB code: 074D8J-6414
To help you can ring here 029 2066 5742 or use the form here
Marisha Ray’s Croydon North campaign:
VPB CC6F9A-3918
George Selmer’s Middlesbrough campaign
VPB code: AA39AE-8184
To help you can ring 01642 821220 or use the form here

* George Kendall has been a member since he joined a predecessor party in 1981, is a member in Cambridge, and likes to organise Regional Action Days. He writes for Liberal Democrat Voice in a personal capacity.

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