The Liberal Democrat Voice Awards: Your chance to choose (2): Best photograph of a Liberal Democrat Parliamentarian

The original plan was that our esteemed panel of judges would judge some of the Liberal Democrat Voice Awards and our Members’ Forum would choose all the rest. We then decided that we wanted our readers to have a say on some of them as well, though. So, here is the shortlist for the Best Photograph of a Liberal Democrat Parliamentarian. And further down there’s a nifty poll thingy, where you can make your choices.

1. Nick Clegg, Liberal Youth and a onesie

Nick Clegg onesie

 

2. Mike Crockart’s No to Nuisance Calls Banner

Nuisance calls banner

 

3. David Laws and Pingu

David Laws and Pingu

 

4. Norman Lamb gets musical

LDV awards norman lamb

 

5. Doctor Huppert

LDV Awards Huppert and Clara

 

6. Red Davey

LDV Awards Edward-Davey-Red-Nose-Day

 

7. Tessa Munt and Bella

Tessa Munt dog of the year

 

8. The Casked Crusader

The Casked Crusader

 

Please cast your vote by noon on Friday.

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

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