Laura Smith’s battle in Cheshire seat set to define Labour’s general election campaign – and you can help her win
Laura Smith is one of Labour’s best, with a track record of standing up for her constituents – and up to the Tories.
Last year, Smith famously asked Theresa May when Donald Trump had ‘instructed’ her to take military action alongside the US – and when both Labour general secretary Jennie Formby and party chair Ian Lavery were under shameless attack by the right and their media allies, she stood shoulder to shoulder with both.
And Labour insiders believe that her Crewe and Nantwich seat is likely to be the defining contest of this election. Simply put, if Laura wins, Labour wins – and you can help in three straightforward ways.
First, share this video outlining six reasons why voters in her constituency should support her:
Second, follow Laura on Twitter and make sure to share her tweets and activities across all your social media.
Third, if you can make it there, go to Crewe and Nantwich to campaign on the ground for her – or if you can’t, there will be phone-banking opportunities.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out what’s happening when you’re available.
Help Laura win. Help Labour win.
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