1. Vote Labour.
It seems pretty obvious but the LibDem strategy in our seat for so long has been to sell themselves as the Anti- Conservative vote. I'll be honest I still believed them 2015. (at the time I wasn't a member.) The LibDem campaign in other areas is sold as the anti Labour vote. A Google search will provide the evidence. Sadly a vote for any party, other than Labour, will be detrimental to Labour.
Your vote also really matters in Town, Parish or Cornwall Council elections. The turnout in these elections is always lower as many people don't really know what they're voting for. This could be a good. If you turn out (go and vote) for Labour then we have a good chance of winning council seats across the constituency. Look out for my blog post about why Councils are important.
Don't swap your vote. Swapping votes is not legally binding agreement. You may think your vote might be worth more in marginal seat else where but you'd be wrong. Your vote matters here. The Labour Party need to see where our voters are to see the areas where it's worth contesting. If you want to see a Labour MP in your constituency then you need to stick to your guns. I'm confident we can win this seat in the next general election now that the Libdem vote has crumbled.
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