LDV 2008 Awards – last chance to nominate…

Last week, we announed the categories for this year’s Lib Dem Voice 2008 Awards – both the party ones, and the non-party ones. The short-list will be drawn up over this weekend, so if you have any further nominations to submit, leave them in the comments box asap (please make clear in which category your nominations belong).

A reminder of the eight awards up fro grabs follows:

The LDV 2008 Awards

Liberal Democrat Politician of the Year
Please nominate the elected representative you believe has had the best year: nominees may be members of any elected body within the UK.

Liberal Democrat Campaigner of the Year
Please nominate the Lib Dem you believe has campaigned most effectively in the past year, whether nationally or locally.

Liberal Democrat By-election Performance of the Year

Please nominate the Lib Dem by-election campaign, local or national, which you believe has been the most successful in the past year.

Most Desperate Press Release of the Year by a Liberal Democrat
Please nominate the most trying-too-hard press release you’ve seen issued by a Liberal Democrat, locally or nationally, in the past year.

Liberal Voice of the Year
Please nominate the individual, group of people or organisation which you believe has best promoted the cause of liberalism within the past year. NB: we are reserving this award for non-Lib Dems, so please do not nominate a known party member/supporter.

Political Broadcaster / Journalist of the Year
Please nominate the individual you believe has been proven most reliable and insightful in the past year in politics.

Political Radio / TV Programme of the Year
Please nominate the show which you believe has provided the best coverage of politics in the past year.

Defining Political Moment of the Year
Please nominate the political episode/speech/gaffe which you believe will be remembered for a long time to come.

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3 Comments

  • Martin Land 19th Dec '08 - 9:11pm

    Liberal Democrat Campaigner of the Year: Me.

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