If you believe in our goal and want to help us stop the Tories, there are a number of ways you can contribute.
This is one of the very few times that simply sharing something on social media can make a difference. The more people who know about our site, the better chance we have of success. Please help spread the word by sharing our site online, and liking or sharing our posts.
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Don't forget to share photos of your posters or badges with us on social media using the hashtag #TacticalVote
Support your local candidate
Your local candidate needs your help. Even if you have never involved yourself in local politics before or your preference is for another party, if our goal of uniting against the Tories is important to you then you should consider helping the candidate of the party that has the best chance of beating the Tories.
The best way to help your local candidate will be either by donating to them, or volunteering time. Ways in which we recommend supporting your local candidate:
- Donate to their local campaign fund
- Volunteer to staff their phones
- Volunteer to support their volunteers (many campaign offices have need of people to help just prepare materials or even make tea and snacks for tired volunteers)
- Volunteer to distribute leaflets
- Volunteer to canvas door-to-door
Simply go and help your candidate, if they win they'll be fighting to represent you and your neighbours in parliament and your support now is the one of the only things they ask in return.
If you are voting tactically for a party you would not usually support and still want to support your preferred party somehow, check which party is recommended in nearby constituencies and if one of them is from your party of choice, consider offering them your help.
If you think that you have a skill that might be useful to us or have another idea of how to get involved, please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are no longer accepting donations at this time.