Who to vote for?

You can easily judge the character of a party by how it treats those who can do nothing for it.

That said, do I believe that tactical voting can make a difference? Yes, I do.

Tactical voting is not – as some Tories claim – committing voter fraud by for example voting in two towns. Tactical voting means that you vote for the non-Conservative candidate who stands the best chance of getting elected in your constituency. Because even a marginally better candidate can still help make a real difference.

One thought on “Who to vote for?

  1. Hmm. I just received a communication from the local Brexit Party candidate, asking me to vote for it. I guess they had no way of filtering who can vote and who cannot?

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