LDVideo: Susan Kramer and Tim Farron’s online Presidential hustings

Tim Farron and Susan Kramer took part in an online hustings this week, taking questions from a live and online audience. Play the video below to watch the two candidates explain why they want to be Party President and discuss what they would do in the role.


Video also available on YouTube here.

Susan and Tim also answered questions on retaining a distinct Liberal Democrat indentity, on youth and diversity matters, as well as current issues facing the party.

You can watch the rest of the clips on YouTube here.

Ballot papers were despatched by second class post on Monday 18th October. Don’t panic if yours hasn’t arrived yet, it should be with you shortly. If your ballot mailing hasn’t arrived by next Monday (25th October) and you are sure that you were a paid-up member on 28th September, please email [email protected] Remember to include your name, postcode and membership number (if you have it) in the message.

Make sure you return your completed ballot by Wednesday 10th November.

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