ALDC Awards: One week to go

With only one week left to go, ALDC are still looking for nominations for the best Liberal Democrat campaigners to be recognised at our Awards event in September.

It’s a great opportunity for ALDC to highlight the best campaigning teams in our party and give them the recognition they deserve. Last year’s overall winners were Kirklees whose campaign for 2014 started as soon as the results were announced in 2012.

Each year, ALDC recognises the outstanding work of local Focus teams through our Campaigner Awards. This year, our categories are:

  • Best Member engagement campaign          
  • Best Literature
  • Best Community Campaign
  • Best By-Election campaign
  • Best Digital Campaign
  • Best Ward Campaign
  • Overall Campaigner Awards Winner

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

We look forward to seeing your great examples!

* ALDC is the Association of Liberal Democrat Councillors and Campaigners

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