The General Election on 8th June is our chance to ensure Liberal Democrats are back as a force at Westminster and leading the fight against Theresa May's hard Brexit plans.
Electing Claire Young will mean that she can keep lead the campaign against the Conservatives' damaging agenda,
The Tories will throw everything they have at Thornbury and Yate to ensure they can keep their razor-thin majority. We need a strong campaign fund to ensure we can take back Thornbury and Yate constituency and make it what is rightfully is again - a Liberal Democrat stronghold.
If you want to help us level the playing field, please make a donation today!
A fiver will sponsor a round of campaign leaflets to three local roads
£10 will cover the cost of producing 50 "win with webb" campaign posters
Donate £25 or more and we'll send you a campaign poster - hand-signed by the man himself!
£50 pays for online advertising, helping to get our message to a younger age group
£100 pays for crucial 'target letters', making sure people who might vote for us know what we stand for
£500 pays for local newspaper advertising of the sort the Tories have already been doing!
Latest: Thank you to vijaya sankar from london, United Kingdom for donating.
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