In case you've been wondering how to take over the world, but haven't quite got enough support from your neighbours yet, I came across this page of advice on campaigning and drumming up support for your cause from the BBC Action Network site today.
Ok, carry on as you were... /al
As some of you may know, we are only allowed to spend up to
Too exhausted to even attempt English, so here's a list of thankyous instead...
I had a slightly one-sided mini-conversation with someone last night which perfectly highlighted the side of elections that makes me want to cry.
I spotted a friend-of-a-friend while I was out who I've never spoken to before. Tapping her on the shoulder, I opened with "You're so-and-so's friend aren't you?"
She replied with, "Don't bother trying to get me to vote for you; I've already promised my vote to because he's a friend of mine". Oh! Righty-ho then...
More elections ramblings. Coming tomorrow: my hustings horror story (once I get round to writing it ;o)
I've just come out of the Pure:FM Candidates' Question Time show. That has to be one of the scariest hours of my life, with the first question - along the lines of, "Introduce yourself and tell the audience a bit about why they should vote for you" - completely throwing me, and I found myself rambling like a loon in the first few minutes of the show. Never a good start, but I know all of the candidates were equally nervous.