ALDC Awards 2015 – all you need to know

Have you run a great campaign? If so ALDC want to hear from you!

The ALDC Campaigner Award winners highlight the best ideas and practice of Liberal Democrat activists across the Country and we are still looking for entries to this year’s Campaigner Awards.

We have already had some great examples from Focus teams at ALDC HQ and will be sharing these more widely after Conference but we still want to hear from you.

The awards include prizes for the Best Ward Campaign, for engaging with your local members, the best literature and examples of digital campaigning well as community and by-election campaigns and best overall campaign. Details of all of the categories can be seen here.

Cash prizes

As well as receiving a signed and framed certificate to proudly display, winners in each category and our Overall Winner will receive cash prize.

How to apply

To submit your nomination with relevant examples of artwork and photos, please fill in the linked form and send any supporting material to [email protected]

The deadline for this year’s awards is Thursday 27th August 2015 so don’t miss out. 

* ALDC is the Association of Liberal Democrat Councillors and Campaigners

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