Total Politics: top Liberal Democrat blogs and bloggers

Out with a little less fanfare than usual this week have been various categories in the Total Politics Blogger League Tables, including the top Liberal Democrat blogs:

1 Lib Dem Voice

2 Caron’s Musings

3 Liberal England

4 Andrew Reeves’ Running Blog

5 Stephen’s Liberal Journal

6 Mark Pack

=7 Liberal Vision

=7 A Scottish Liberal

9 Cllr Fraser Macpherson

10 Mark Reckons

And the top Liberal Democrat bloggers:

Mark Pack

Caron Lindsay

Andrew Reeves

Jonathan Calder

Stephen Glenn

Olly Grender

Mark Thompson

Julian Astle

Stephen Tall

10 Fraser Macpherson

Lovely and fitting to see Andrew appear so highly in both lists; he was a great blogger in his own right and a wonderful encouragement and support for others.

Congratulations to everyone else in the top ten lists. Thank you too for the votes for me – and an extra thanks to everyone who has helped contribute to Liberal Democrat Voice in one way or another.

But of course the rankings that really matter are the Liberal Democrat Blog of the Year awards, happening tonight. See you there.

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