Inspiring Lib Dem Women: Daisy Benson

On this International Women’s Day, we are celebrating some inspiring Lib Dem Women.

PPC for Yeovil Daisy Benson’s infectious liberalism and energy has led her to be one of the driving forces behind the Lib Dem Newbies group on Facebook.

As a councillor in Reading, she was the executive member for housing  and social care.

She was one of the most successful early social media campaigners, recognising that it’s not just a  broadcast platform but a space for dialogue.

Daisy is now concentrating her energies on winning back the Yeovil seat. We need her energy and ideas in Parliament.

This week she’s been featured on the Daily Politics. Watch below:

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2 Comments

  • Tony Dawson 8th Mar '17 - 5:16pm

    A significant improvement on her predecessor.

  • James Moore 8th Mar '17 - 10:11pm

    If it wasn’t for Daisy I wouldn’t be a member of the Lib Dems or as active as I am now. Funny what living a few doors away, going for a pint and having a membership form pushed over the table at you can do 🙂

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