Sal Brinton: Come and help Katy Gordon – people want to see the back of the SNP

Sal Brinton has travelled thousands of miles as our party President. She puts so much effort into supporting local party events and campaigns the length and breadth of the UK. At the moment, she’s spending a few days in Scotland, for which we are very grateful. I think I will just miss her. I head to the Highlands on Saturday for a week as she heads from there to Aberdeen.

This is far from Sal’s first visit to Scotland. She has been multiple times, including spending a few days campaigning for us during the referendum. She’s listened closely to the Scottish Party and has attended our Executive twice and our conference in the last year.

Yesterday she was out and about with the equally indefatigable Katy Gordon, our number one list candidate in the West of Scotland. After an afternoon’s campaigning, she recorded this video.

Party President Sal Brinton was out with the team in Giffnock today. Here’s what she had to say.Want to join the team? westscotlibdems.org.uk/volunteer

Posted by Katy Gordon on Wednesday, 30 March 2016

If you want to get involved in Katy’s campaign, you can do so here.

* Caron Lindsay is Editor of Liberal Democrat Voice and blogs at Caron's Musings

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  • David Howell 1st Apr '16 - 10:46am

    I see that comments are only allowed now if they support the one sided LibDem narrative.

    Oh well! Perhaps that explains the paucity of comments here.

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