Supporters Pack now available

Voice received the following from HQ:

On Saturday at our conference, members voted to create an registered supporter’s scheme for the Liberal Democrats.

In the first 24 hours after we launched the scheme, more than 2,000 people joined in almost every single Westminster constituency in Britain.

More supporters are joining every hour.

To help you make the most of these new supporters, the Membership team at HQ have produced some resources for you – which you can access here: https://www.libdems.org.uk/supporters-local-party-guide

The launch pack covers everything you’ll need – from an explanation of what supporters are to template emails and social media graphics to help recruit even more supporters.

It also includes how to find the people that have become registered supporters in your area.

We want to make sure these new supporters feel valued and part of our party – and local parties are best placed to make that happen.

You’ll get the contact details of every single supporter that signs up so you can get them involved in your local campaigns.

So please, help use the resources we’ve provided to help bring more people into our party – especially if you have local elections in May.

And if you have any questions, don’t hesitate to get in touch. Just email [email protected]

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3 Comments

  • David Evershed 22nd Mar '19 - 2:17am

    Will supporters be shown on the Salesforce membership system?

  • Greg Foster 22nd Mar '19 - 8:51am

    Yes, they will. The guide even includes instructions on how to find them.

  • “In the first 24 hours after we launched the scheme, more than 2,000 people joined in almost every single Westminster constituency in Britain.”

    No they didn’t. If they had, we would have gained upwards of 120,000 Supporters. Whoever wrote this, re-read it and please consult a grammar and style guide.

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