CF Campaigning – Turning Britain Blue
Conservative Future is here to create the future of our party. Over the last decade this ideahas been slowly eroded, and sometimes it can feel like we’ve just become leafleting andcanvassing fodder. I am using my first policy announcement to explain how to breathe newlife into our approach to campaigns.
Regular campaigning + regular fun
-Many of our best activities have used the strength of regional co-ordination.
To make the most of this, I pledge to reintroduce
acampaign event in a specific place in each region every first Saturday of the month.
Working around planning for priority campaigns during elections,Members will be able to request a
to be held in their area.-Each Chairman will be tasked with ensuring the events stay fun!
2.Making Campaigning Fun Again
While some of members of CF are happy to go campaigning on aSaturday we look for ways to encourage more people to get involved.-Every campaign must have a social event tied to it whether that be a pubmeeting after campaign or going into town afterwards or going for alunchtime pub meeting
Associations will be urged to sponsor their local CF events, whether money behind the bar afterwards or providing a decent lunch tohardworking members.
-Elected Regional Chairmen will have campaign activity as a key measureof success, and held accountable should nothing be happening.-Regional Campaign Managers will also be elected, ensuring a sense of responsibility and accountability for keeping up activity.
-We will continue to support our members getting involved and informed inlocal campaigns across the country.
Regions and National Resources will be targeted on areas or branchesthat need particular attention to be helped up to standard.-Regional Chairmen will be tasked with supporting members who want toorganise campaign days.-Campaigns will be a priority responsibility of the National Chair.
5.Communication of Campaigns