Including: the Party’s procedure for sitting MPs with “incumbency rights”. Which other Conservative-held seats prospective candidates might apply for. And the potential for selection contests between seatless MPs and new candidates.
Set someone the task of calling all your members and activists and asking them what they can do to help.
I would recommend that before going to a door, activists review the turnout record of the electors they are about to speak to.
The “knock on every door” approach is flawed. Given scarce resources, it is more effective to target those where there is a reasonable chance they will vote.
Our volunteers’ time is precious. So is that of the electorate. We need to make it quick and easy to respond to surveys.
I recently ran an online petition about an unpopular housing development, securing over 600 responses and gathering more than 400 voting intentions.
We could see a revitalisation of smaller towns as people spend more of their time – and more of their money there.
I have been seeking support for businesses which moved into new premises and are not on the Rating List – so are not eligible for support.
The Council is unpopular for approving tower blocks with no affordable homes and also for punishing motorists in a way that has cut trade for local shops.
News schemes should include shared equity homes reserved for people under 30 years old.