Polling day training - Ealing

Add to Calendar 26-03-2015 19:30:00 26-03-2015 21:30:00 36 polling day training - Ealing History is going to be made on 7 May 2015. Most people won't have much to do with it. They'll vote, go to work, watch a bit of the coverage... 16 Church Road, Acton, London W3 8PP, United Kingdom Seph Brown london@labour.org.uk DD/MM/YYYY
location for Ruskin Hall

When?

March 26, 2015 at 7:30pm - 9:30pm

Where?

Ruskin Hall
16 Church Road
Acton
London W3 8PP
United Kingdom
Google map and directions

History is going to be made on 7 May 2015. Most people won't have much to do with it. They'll vote, go to work, watch a bit of the coverage on the news, then go to bed — hoping they'll wake up to the result they wanted.

But then there's people like us. We don't need to wait and hope, because we can be out there in the middle of it, helping every Labour supporter we can make it to the polls. What we do together on that day will decide how the country is run for the next five years.

This is a once in a generation election. History is going to be made on 7 May — don't wake up the next day only wishing you'd been a part of it. Make sure you'll be there in the final few hours of this campaign. Come along to your local "volunteering on election day" training event — it's in Ealing.

There's no greater way to feel at the centre of the action, or to experience the buzz, excitement and camaraderie of election day.

There will be tens of thousands of Labour people out volunteering on our streets — hundreds in Ealing alone have already pledged to be part of our Get Out The Vote effort. So what better place to be than at the heart of the action? Sign up for the election training event now.

Will you come?


Add to Calendar 26-03-2015 19:30:00 26-03-2015 21:30:00 36 polling day training - Ealing History is going to be made on 7 May 2015. Most people won't have much to do with it. They'll vote, go to work, watch a bit of the coverage... 16 Church Road, Acton, London W3 8PP, United Kingdom Seph Brown london@labour.org.uk DD/MM/YYYY

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