EURef: Get your posters up

correx board21 days today until the most important vote in our lifetimes.  The referendum will have consequences for decades and they will be for Europe, for Britain, for our local communities and for our great party.

We know that seeing posters for a cause makes people more likely to vote for the cause.

If you have not already done so, now is the time to put a poster up.

Weatherproof correx boards (for a stake at the end of the garden or on a balcony) can be ordered here for just £2.

Paper posters can be obtained from your local party or regional campaign team or can be printed at home from these templates.

Thanks for all that you are doing for this campaign.

* Antony Hook was #2 on the South East European list in 2014, is the English Party's representative on the Federal Executive and produces this sites EU Referendum Roundup.

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4 Comments

  • I travel a lot around Lincolnshire and South Yorkshire and I haven’t seen one poster – from any political party – supporting the “in” campaign. The “leave” campaign posters are all over the place, many of them home made. There just doesn’t seem to be any enthusiasm to stay in the EU. People tell me it’s a different story in London and Scotland, well it needs to be, because in the North of England “Leave” seem miles ahead.

  • I too haven’t seen a single Vote Remain poster in Lincolnshire. Many of the Vote Leave posters appear to be on public, (i.e., council controlled), land such as roadside verges, etc. I assume they have been erected without authority so presumably anyone can remove them providing they dispose of them correctly in the same way you would dispose of litter you found in the street.

  • Ruth Bright 2nd Jun '16 - 7:12pm

    Alas Lib Dem Image is no longer listing referendum campaign balloons – they can’t have all sold out surely 🎈

  • Simon Banks 4th Jun '16 - 9:19pm

    Neither the Liberal Democrat campaign nor Stronger In has been laying any stress on posters till now. Not everybody can print them off to a satisfactory standard and it is not possible to buy ordinary posters from either website. Moreover, the posters sent to local parties in quite small numbers have white lettering on pale orange – not the most eye-catching or legible option.

    The vote is much closer than the poster count suggests, but the IN campaigns have been late in promoting the things properly.

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