"My name is Tom and I'm choosing to stand in my home town against Ian Lewis, the Leader of the Conservatives here on Wirral.
Wallasey is represented by a member of a political party that has consistently damaged the prospects of our town and its people. I want to give this campaign my all, but I need your help.
Please give what you can, even if it is a couple of pounds, so that we can get the message out there to the people in Wallasey and we can send a message to the Conservatives."
About Wallasey Branch Labour Party
If you would like to know more about Wallasey Branch Labour Party, you can find us on:
Our website: https://www.wallaseybranchlabourparty.com/
Our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/WallaseyBranchLabourParty/
If you would like to help the Labour Party and Tom's campaign, there are plenty of things you can do.
Help us in canvassing, knocking on doors and asking people which way they vote. If you haven't done it before, give it a try with one of our teams of volunteers that go out regularly. We'll make sure you are paired up with someone until you feel ready to knock on a door yourself. You will always be in a group of people.
If you aren't quite ready to knock on doors then why not take some leaflets for us and help us get our message to people in Wallasey? We always try to give you roads that are convenient for you.
If you can't get involved, but you would still like to support us, speak to family and friends about our campaign and encourage them vote.
Let us know if you would like a poster to put up in your window.
You can contact us via Facebook or our website. Or feel free to email us on:
What will my money be spent on? What happens if you don't spend it all on the campaign?
Your money will go to the Wallasey Branch of the Labour Party to help us fund Tom's campaign in the local elections that will be held on 7th May. The work doesn't stop then. Any donations left over will be put towards future organising and campaigning by Wallasey Branch Labour Party.
And now for the legal stuff.
Wallasey Branch Labour Party may contact you using the information you supply. Donations to political parties are regulated by the Representation of the People Act 1983. By making a donation to Wallasey Branch Labour Party you understand and accept the following: If making a donation of more than £500, checks will be made to ensure your name is included on a UK electoral register (excluding the Isle of Man and Channel Islands). This information will be available for public inspection on request, although your home address will not be made public. The money you use to make a donation must be from your own funds. This donation facility is provided for individuals to make donations to Wallasey Branch Labour Party. UK companies, limited liability partnerships, trade unions and unincorporated associations may also make donations. Please contact the team on firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Promoted by Bob Blundell on behalf of Wallasey Branch Labour Party and Tom Usher both of 1 St Hilary Drive, Wallasey, Merseyside, CH45 3NB