Blog of the Year Awards 2009: The Winners

What’s loosely termed the awards “ceremony” for the 2009 Liberal Democrat Blog of the Year Awards has just drawn to a glittering close. As the last firework fades in Bournemouth’s night sky, I’m delighted to announce the winners:

Best new Liberal Democrat Blog (started since 1st September 2008)
Mark Reckons by Mark Thompson.

Best blog from a Liberal Democrat holding public office (The Tim Garden Award)
Lee Green Councillor by Brian Robson.

Best use of blogging/social networking/e-campaigning by a Liberal Democrat
Jo Swinson MP for her live-tweeting from Parliament, plus engaging with the public through Facebook and website.

Best posting on a Liberal Democrat blog (since 1st September 2008)
Parliament, The Telegraph and Jo Swinson by James Graham.

Best non-Liberal Democrat politics blog
Slugger O’Toole

Liberal Democrat Blog of the Year
Himmelgarten Cafe by Costigan Quist.

Congratulations to all the winners!

Get your button

Non LD Best Post Representative e-Campaigner New Blogger Blog of the Year

Read more by or more about , , , , , , , or .
This entry was posted in Best of the blogs.
Advert

5 Comments

5 Trackbacks

Post a Comment

Lib Dem Voice welcomes comments from everyone but we ask you to be polite, to be on topic and to be who you say you are. You can read our comments policy in full here. Please respect it and all readers of the site.

If you are a member of the party, you can have the Lib Dem Logo appear next to your comments to show this. You must be registered for our forum and can then login on this public site with the same username and password.

To have your photo next to your comment please signup your email address with Gravatar.

Your email is never published. Required fields are marked *

*
*
Please complete the name of this site, Liberal Democrat ...?

Advert



Recent Comments

  • User AvatarCatherine Jane Crosland 17th Oct - 7:36am
    "The greatest man-made force for peace and progress in human history"?? Matthew, even apart from your non inclusive choice of language, this sort of wildly...
  • User AvatarEd Shepherd 17th Oct - 6:46am
    Large numbers of well-off older people were never highly educated. They grew up in period where there were plentiful permanent jobs,, full-time work, pension schemes,...
  • User AvatarDenis Loretto 17th Oct - 1:04am
    @Martin I am only too well aware of the lack of any viable idea as to a way forward for the Irish border. What I...
  • User AvatarGlenn 17th Oct - 12:58am
    Frankie. I'm just pointing out the irony of these kinds of youth and internationalist orientated arguments . I don't see Brexit a cliff edge. I...
  • User AvatarKatharine Pindar 17th Oct - 12:33am
    Lorenzo is right to remind everyone of the diversity of reasons which caused people to vote Leave, but it follows that there are no easy...
  • User AvatarKatharine Pindar 16th Oct - 11:58pm
    You are right, Martin, I believe - the Irish Border question does not look capable of a ready solution, despite the fact that the finances...