Bridget launches ‘One Million Door challenge’

14 September, 2008 at 7:16 pm Leave a comment

milliondoorIslington South & Finsbury Lib Dem candidate, Bridget Fox, swapped Islington for Bournemouth as she helped launch the party’s One Million Door challenge at their conference this week.

Party leader Nick Clegg is challenging Lib Dems to knock on one million doors across the country between the end of their conference and June next year.

Bridget says, “As the prospective MP for Islington South & Finsbury, I’m passionate about representing my community and finding out what matters to local people. By going out and knocking on doors, we’ve built campaigns like the one to save our local post offices, when local Labour MP Emily Thornberry was in Westminster voting for the closure programme.”

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