You want to become a councillor or MP so that you can make a real difference. Perhaps you’ve recently been selected to fight a constituency or council ward. You probably haven’t fought an election before. There may not be much in the way of a local organisation to help. You’re filled with enthusiasm but don’t want to waste your most precious resource – time – on blind alleys. You want to learn, and to learn quickly, in a way that fits with your already full schedule. You want to appear trustworthy and reliable, but you don’t know what you don’t know!
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