Vital new resource: MyNearestMarginal.com

Momentum has launched a vital resource for Labour supporters who want to target their campaigning efforts at the seats that are most likely to lead to a Tory defeat.

MyNearestMarginal.com allows you to

  1. find your nearest marginal seat
  2. identify the campaigning sessions there
  3. find a carpool with other members (or offer a ride to others)

This Momentum video tells you all about it:

There’s also a Facebook page and a Twitter account to help you find out more and put your time and shoe-leather to best use.

Please take a look, spread the word – and jump in.

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3 responses to “Vital new resource: MyNearestMarginal.com

  1. I’m not going to get a ferry to campaign. I want to campaign somewhere accessible to where I live, in Belfast, but there aren’t any Labour candidates allowed in Northern Ireland, unfortunately. And the only hope of un-seating a ‘Tory-inclined’ DUP long-time sitting member in North Belfast is if Labour’s “sister-party” (hah!) the SDLP, decide NOT to put up a candidate, and thereby split the non-unionist vote, getting in a Sinn Fein MP—and said SF MPs refuse to take up their seats in Westminster. Anybody got any suggestions?

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  2. Great idea. I think probably the day after the election was called, hordes of Wallasey members were heading for Wirral West! 🤑

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