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Opinion: e-Campaigning in Kent

So I’m sitting in front of my laptop desperately trying to think of some new way to campaign that will complement shoving pieces of paper through letter boxes and isn’t just having yet another website.

I’m quite convinced, by the way, that only a limited percentage of even the best leaflets get read on their way to the recycling bin – and many local party websites only get visited by activists anyway.

And then my mind goes back to the lecture I attended at City University by the bloke who did Obama’s e-campaigning – and suddenly the brains …

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  • User AvatarChristian 18th Sep - 9:42pm
    This seemed like a mad idea a week ago. Now it seems like genius
  • User AvatarSimon Banks 18th Sep - 9:39pm
    "The Land" reminds us of our Liberal history and traditions. There may well be people who voted loyally with their parties in ways we oppose,...
  • User Avatarfrankie 18th Sep - 9:36pm
    David, At the end there will be only two routes, revoke or leave without a deal. No harm getting there first, tagging along just makes...
  • User AvatarAlex Macfie 18th Sep - 9:36pm
    frankie: indeed. Some people here seem to think that if we play by Marquess of Queensberry rules, then our opponents will somehow be inspired to...
  • User AvatarDavid Raw 18th Sep - 9:09pm
    I see in breaking news in the Guardian that Caroline Lucas has come out strongly against the revoke policy. In my opinion she makes a...
  • User Avatarfrankie 18th Sep - 8:51pm
    Perhaps we need a word for those Liberal Democrats that long championed revoke, I'm happy to be called a Jenniest.
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