Let ALDC know if you are a candidate

ALDC campaigning photoALDC (the Association of Liberal Democrat Councillors) wants to help your campaign but in order to do the best job that we can, we need to know who your candidates are for the forthcoming elections on the 5th May.

We are gathering relevant information about local elections across the country and helping co-ordinate various types of support that are available for candidates and groups in different seats.

The team at ALDC would be really grateful if you could fill in this short form here with the details of any currently selected candidates in your area, and come back whenever there is new information to share.

The clearer our picture of what is happening, the better we can target our resources.

We produce election briefings, detailing all of the main campaign issues, advice on what to do on key dates and the best campaign techniques to help activists achieve the best result in May. If you are a candidate, agent or key activist we can send out our briefing to you.

We also would also like to hear from you about what is happening in your area, what the opposition are up to and importantly any best practice or tips that you want to share with other in #TeamLibDem – just email [email protected] with any examples.

* ALDC is the Association of Liberal Democrat Councillors and Campaigners

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