Use the new Facebook app while campaigning this weekend #YES2AV #LibDems

When you’re out campaigning this weekend for the elections and Fairer Votes referendum, make sure you let your friends on Facebook and Twitter know what you’ve been up to.

Hundreds of people are already using Lib Dem Voice’s new Facebook app to do just this. It’s a great way of building up a buzz around our campaigning – and the more someone sees their friends have been campaigning, the more likely they are to join in.

You get a list of actions – select one and publish it to your newsfeed.

Some actions are of the simple “I have done” variety whilst others have the option to add a quantity, such as the number of leaflets.

There’s a tab for the “Yes! To Fairer Votes campaign” and another for your regular Lib Dem campaigning.

Find the app at http://apps.facebook.com/ldvcapp

There’s even the option of linking it to your Twitter account.

The app is still in Beta, so drop us a line at [email protected] if you come across any technical glitches.

Thanks, and happy campaigning!

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