The Party Chairman pledges to “beef up by-election capability” and harness “the most advanced digital and data techniques from around the world.”
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The Party Chairman adds that his task is to ensure the “Conservative Party machine is ready for an election whenever it comes.”
The “knock on every door” approach is flawed. Given scarce resources, it is more effective to target those where there is a reasonable chance they will vote.
Local elections in depth: Plymouth’s divided fortunes pose challenge for the City’s new Conservative leaders.
We continue our series, putting this year’s local elections under the magnifying glass to find changes and trends.
Anonymous Mole: What the British Left have in common with the Taliban? A firm grasp of digital campaigning
There is nothing on the right to match the networks developed by groups such as Extinction Rebellion or Momentum.
Philip Wilkinson: My unexpected journey to becoming the Police and Crime Commissioner for Wiltshire and Swindon
Retirement had finally caught up with me, or so I thought. But after two months intensive campaigning I have an important new job.
The Conservative victory was a revolt after years of declining town centres, decaying parks, and detrimentally high taxes.
It allows you to target by demographic as well as geography. Also to gather email addresses and phone numbers in a fully GDPR compliant way.
Our volunteers’ time is precious. So is that of the electorate. We need to make it quick and easy to respond to surveys.
The Lib Dems have also gained ground. As we look ahead to 2022, I am preparing for “No Overall Control.”
Major changes to the waste and streetscene contract saw improved service. We have also brought in a huge regeneration scheme.
The start of a new fortnightly series on ConservativeHome considering the broader trends behind the results in different parts of the country.
But this electoral Titan has an Achilles heel – tax rises which, rather than planning or HS2, are the real threat to future Chesham & Amershams.
Clarity is needed that “levelling up” is not intended to mean class war against the more affluent.
Andrew Boff: London is not a Labour city. We can win if we put in the effort and run the right campaign.
Our results in the capital were uneven. We need to learn from where we did well – such as in Enfield and Romford.