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Recent activity in Bootle
Glen completed Ask your candidates to answer our survey Nov 11
Joanne started Photograph an election leaflet May 15
Larry started Spread The Word May 04
Joanne completed Ask your candidates to answer our survey May 01
George Christopher started Ask your candidates to answer our survey Apr 26
Michael completed Ask your candidates to answer our survey Apr 26
Larry posted a comment Apr 22
Is Bootle still Britain's safest Labour seat? Must be. No candidates bother to campaign here. Voter turnout is historiacally low. Voter behaviour is traditionall tribal. Why should the candidates bother? Click this link to see why we should make a noise... http://www.neighbourhood.statistics.gov.uk/dissemination/NeighbourhoodSummary.do?width=1024&a=7&r=1&i=1001&m=0&s=1271925402573&enc=1&profileSearchText=L21+3TT&searchProfiles= reply
Larry completed Ask your candidates to answer our survey Apr 22
jamie started Ask your candidates to answer our survey Apr 22
Joanne posted a leaflet on TheStraightChoice Apr 17
Local issues in Bootle
We're collecting local issues in Bootle. Some of these have been turned into questions to put to the candidates standing at the 2010 general election in the form of a questionnaire.
Issues are no longer being turned into questions, but we still want them! A good local issue will be about a problem of local relevance, possibly suggesting how something should have been/be done.
- Seaforth is a neighbourhood close to total collapse. Investment needed NOW! (source)
- That children who are carers for their parents, siblings or family members should get a break! (source)
- The Aiming High for Disabled Children issues in this report require action to improve outcomes NOW! (source)
- It is important for local people to speak out, to speak up and to get their voice heard! (source)
Local questions for candidate questionnaire
These are the questions that have been made out of the local issues Demoracy Club volunteers have posted. They'll make up the 'local' section of a questionnaire that TheyWorkForYou is developing in conjunction with Demoracy Club. Below the question is the local issue it's derived from.