Lib Dems campaigning

Campaign events

Join us at one of our upcoming events and help promote the cause for Electoral Reform.

Upcoming Events

Coming up: LDER will be at the annual Social Liberal Forum Conference (July 13, 2024) to discuss 'What's Next for the Liberal Democrats?' It's being held in St Albans and local MP Daisy Cooper will be joined by Layla Moran MP as key speakers.  Our goal is to reinforce the importance of voting system change in any planning for the future - for the sake of our politics and democracy.

Check back later for further details and event location

Past Events

Electoral Reform Action Day, 14th April 2024 10am - 4pm

Come along to Keir Starmer's backyard to campaign on Electoral Reform - let's take the fight to Labour in the London campaign!

Charlie Clinton, PPC for Holborn & St Pancras, and the Lib Dems for Electoral Reform invite you to Keir Starmer's backyard to campaign on Electoral Reform. We'll be joined by a special guest: London Assembly member Hina Bokhari. 

We will be talking to voters about whether politics is working for them, pointing out that the Labour Party is in favour of electoral reform but Keir Starmer is not. We'll also be highlighting that the current London wide campaign for the GLA is the only PR election they get to vote in  - and why that means that their vote matters.  

Weather permitting, we'll have a picnic in Russell Square for lunch and then out for a second round of afternoon canvassing.

The day kicks off at 10am.  We will have a stand by Russell square for the day, both to talk to passing voters and to act as HQ for anyone joining us later on.

You are welcome to join at any point during the day or sign up here!

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