Expected low turnout means ‘GOTV’ even more crucial than normal
An expected low turnout in the key Peterborough by-election this week means that the usual ‘get out the vote’ (GOTV) effort to mobilise Labour’s voters are even more critical than normal as Labour seeks to retain the seat it won in 2017.
Labour members and supporters who can get to Peterborough to help are asked to report to the location below any time from 9am to the close of polling stations:
Unite the Union office
15 Church Walk
Every little helps, so if you can get there for the full day or just an hour or two, it will be help secure the right result and ensure that the hundreds of members and supporters, including Jeremy Corbyn and his MPs, who have flooded to Peterborough to help campaign will be rewarded with the Labour win that the people of the city need.
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