Thinking of standing in May?

If you are hoping to get elected in one of the elections due in May (or, very wisely, are already thinking further ahead), then hopefully you’ve found many of the posts we’ve run over the last few months useful in giving you ideas.

Here’s a quick recap of five of the main posts worth (re)reading over Christmas to look for ideas and tips:

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  • I was but not any more. While I like most of what Lib Dems in Central Government are doing (and preventing the Tories from doing) , the tuition fees fiasco means I’ll be told I’m a liar wherever I knock on a door. No thanks.

  • Actually yes, I will be standing, in a previously safe lib dem area.

    I won’t be standing as a liberal democrat however.

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