Dom Ellis - Green Party Candidate

by Dom Ellis in Castle Point District

We did it
On 8th May 2015 we successfully raised £820 with 38 supporters in 28 days

My name's Dom and I'm running for Parliament this May. Please help me provide a democratic alternative for those who oppose austerity!

by Dom Ellis in Castle Point District

New stretch target

Any extra money raised will be spent on extra campaigning!


Project aim

My name's Dom and I'm running for Parliament this May. Please help me provide a democratic alternative for those who oppose austerity!

About the project

I'm running for Parliament because none of the candidates in my constituency represent my views - nor those of anyone else who want to stop austerity, oppose nuclear war, keep the NHS public and uphold our nations reputation for being tolerant and compassionate.

It costs £500 to stand for Parliament. On top of that you need to pay £500 for freepost mail and that's before you've even started paying to run a campaign.

Our electoral system is set up so that those with money and power can campaign to keep it. And those who don't, can't. The Green Party don't receive huge donations from multinational corporations, workers unions and private health care companies so can't afford to pay for all their candidates. So my only option is to raise my own funds and front the bill myself.To stand, send out 1 freepost letter and print 1 leaflet is going to cost me £1250. Which is currently my entire months wages. If anyone could help me out I'd be hugely appreciative!Thanks a lot,Dominic Ellis.

Rewards

This project offers rewards in return for your donation.

£10 or more

£10 Reward

A massive thank you and a vote to oppose austerity!

£20 or more

£20 Reward

An even bigger than you and a vote to keep the NHS out of corporate hands!

£50 or more

£50 Reward

A thank you the size of Godzilla and a vote to reclaim wealth and power from corporations, banks and oligarchs and give it back to the British people!

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