Liberal Democrat Voice Awards: The Shortlists (3): Best online campaign by a Liberal Democrat

The Liberal Democrat Voice Awards are but five days away. At 10 pm on Saturday 14 September, in Castle 2 of the Crowne Plaza, with cash bar on hand, and an imaginative dress code, the best in blogging, campaigning, social media and politics in general will be feted in a ceremony filled with razzmatazz, glitz and glamour.

Very soon, our Members’ Forum will be e-mailed with the chance to vote for the majority of the awards. They will have first sight of those shortlists and will be able to pick their winner. This survey will also have questions on the likely Conference flashpoints.  If you are a party member and you want a piece of his action, sign up here.  If you’re not a party member, but want to join, you can do so here.

Here is the third of our shortlists being judged by our esteemed panel of judges. Today, it’s the turn of the Best Online Campaign by a Liberal Democrat. The nominees are:

Tom Brake for Save St Helier Hospital

Jennie Rigg for her questions to FPC and FCC candidates during last year’s internal elections.

Charlotte Henry, Jo Shaw and Martin Tod for No Government against the law – Liberal Democrats against secret courts

Team Eastleigh for their website and private Facebook Virtual HQ

Sam Fisk and Kavya Kaushik for  Liberal Youth’s Gold Guard campaign including Today I made a difference

Read more by or more about .
This entry was posted in News.
Advert

9 Comments

  • OK, so hang on, the wording of this makes it sound like this is NOT a shortlist we get to vote on… Am I reading that wrong, or are the shortlists that have gone up so far the judged ones?

  • Caron Lindsay Caron Lindsay 9th Sep '13 - 5:44pm

    That’s right, Jennie. Members will get first view of the other shortlists when they go out, then we’ll put them up on here.

  • Well poo. That means I don’t get to vot e for Lynne.

  • Caron Lindsay Caron Lindsay 9th Sep '13 - 9:28pm

    You can do so for favourite minister & MP though.

  • Lester: I knew about the campaign but didn’t know it was you. If I had known I would have nominated you when the nominations process was running. Sorry.

  • Caron Lindsay Caron Lindsay 10th Sep '13 - 10:42am

    Lester, I wish I’d known about that – the moral of the story is to make sure things like that are nominated.

  • Caron Lindsay Caron Lindsay 10th Sep '13 - 10:42am

    Obviously, I knew about the campaign, but I didn’t know it was you – and you won, too.

Post a Comment

Lib Dem Voice welcomes comments from everyone but we ask you to be polite, to be on topic and to be who you say you are. You can read our comments policy in full here. Please respect it and all readers of the site.

To have your photo next to your comment please signup your email address with Gravatar.

Your email is never published. Required fields are marked *

*
*
Please complete the name of this site, Liberal Democrat ...?

Advert



Recent Comments

  • Jeff
    Marco 12th Apr '24 - 10:01pm: The right wing media dont bother to defend Brexit anymore... As someone who reads across the political spectrum ...
  • Katharine Pindar
    What a refreshing discussion started by William, warning but also encouraging us. I think we can go strong on climate change policies, as you suggest, William -...
  • Simon McGrath
    “ Technically speaking, Israel is a democracy” Well yes. Alas Israeli’s have elected a dreadful government but the key is they elected them. And yes it...
  • David Allen
    Chris Moore, I'll be delighted if the party can prove me wrong!...
  • Chris Moore
    @David Allen: Paul Marshall is long gone from the party. Social Liberalism is the dominant current of thinking . You'd need to back up your slightly cyni...