Tuesday, 29 July 2014

CFers Cry Out For More Road Trips

If there was a CF poll I'm sure the most popular activity for young Conservatives would come out as attending Road Trips. This political campaigning phenomenon works because it is fun. It is hard to turn down a free curry, free bar and party. People just want more and more.

#ThingsElliottSays spoke to Allrik Birch who said "road trips are a great way to meet new people, and introduce them to campaigning in a fun and social way - I've been to 5 so far and they really seem to make a difference. I intend to go to as many roadtrips as possible between now and the general election - we need to win in 2015, and this is the way to achieve that"

Road Trip in Enfield.

A similar reaction came from James Price "I can't wait for the RoadTrips to resume after their summer hiatus. I've been involved in various political groups for a while, but Road Trip is a breath of fresh air. It's also helped me get apathetic mates involved in Politics and the Tory Party for the first time, by mixing important issues with a lot of fun. I can't recommend them highly enough. We need more."

Road Trip to Chester and Cheadle.

CFer members can now get there wish. RoadTrip2015 has launched a survey which asks RoadTrippers where they would next want to go. This come as the Road Trip committee starts a mass expansion where weekend campaign session become very common.

A Road Trip officer has told #ThingsElliottSays "With every RoadTrip we have held so far, demand and interest have increased within the the Conservative family. Regular RoadTrippers and newly joined activists alike are now encouraging us for more dates and locations. Fortunately, the next RoadTrip is on its way. We want to hear from our activists to help us continue this journey and tell us where they would like RoadTrip2015 to visit."

Post Road Trip meeting photo.

Fill out the survey here.

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