ALDC Campaigner Awards – Voting is now live!

ALDC Master Logo (for screen)Each year, ALDC recognises the outstanding work of local Focus teams through our Campaigner Awards and the voting is now open to select your best Focus teams from across the UK.

This year, after shortlisting, we have opened the vote to you! Regardless of whether you are a member of ALDC or not, we want members of the party to have a say in this year’s winners so click below to login and get voting today.

Voting closes on 14th September.

This year, our categories and candidates are:

Best by-election campaign

Aird & Loch Ness
N E Cambridgshire
Sutton
Mole Valley

Best fightback

Knowsley
Liverpool
Manchester

Best Innovation

Manchester
Tower Hamlets
Bolton

Best Literature Campaign

Gateshead
Gloucester
Liverpool

Best Squeeze Campaign

Cardiff
Stockport
Manchester

Best Community Campaign

Poole
Portsmouth
Bristol

Overall Campaigner Awards Winner

Cheltenham
Portsmouth
Maidstone
Liverpool

To vote for your favourite please go here.

The Campaigner Awards are presented at the ALDC AGM at Federal Conference. Winners in each category and our Overall Winner will receive cash prizes and a signed and framed certificate for their office!

* ALDC is the Association of Liberal Democrat Councillors and Campaigners

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