Blog of the Year Awards 2010: The Winners

What’s loosely termed the awards “ceremony” for the 2010 Liberal Democrat Blog of the Year Awards has just drawn to a glittering close. As the last firework fades in Liverpool’s night sky, I’m delighted to announce the winners:

Best new Liberal Democrat Blog (started since 1st September 2009)
Nick Thornsby’s Blog

Best blog from a Liberal Democrat holding public office (The Tim Garden Award)
A Lanson Boy by Alex Folkes

Best blog from a Liberal Democrat holding public office 2010: A Lanson Boy by Alex Folkes

Best use of blogging/social networking/e-campaigning by a Liberal Democrat

Nick Barlow (with Justin McKeating) for the hashtag: #nickcleggsfault

Best posting on a Liberal Democrat blog (since 1st September 2008)

An Open Letter To The Labour Party by Andrew Hickey

Best non-Liberal Democrat politics blog

The Charlotte Gore Blog
Best non-Lib Dem Blog 2010: Charlotte Gore

Liberal Democrat Blog of the Year

The Very Fluffy Diary of Millennium Dome, Elephant
Lib Dem Blog of the Year 2010: Millennium Dome Elephant by Richard Flowers

Congratulations to all the winners!

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4 Comments

  • Enlight_Bystand 18th Sep '10 - 11:33pm

    NOOOOO!!!

    the curse – you were supposed to give the best blog to Mark Reckons as he’s already gone.

    But seriously, congrats to all the winners!

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