Rutland & Melton Green Party Election Fund 2017

by Rutland and Melton Green Party in Rutland

Rutland & Melton Green Party Election Fund 2017
We did it
On 5th June 2017 we successfully raised £380 with 7 supporters in 28 days

A snap General Election has been called for Thursday 8th June. Donate today and help us elect a Green MP for Rutland and Melton

by Rutland and Melton Green Party in Rutland

You may not know how powerful you are, but you are incredibly powerful. 

You are powerful enough to persuade the Labour Party to elect a socialist leader and change its mind about matters as important as NHS privatisation and  global climate change.  

You are powerful enough that some of the wealthiest people in the UK are prepared to spend millions of pounds to stop you. 

Our power comes from a simple, timeless truth: when people come together, there is nothing we cannot accomplish. 

And your contribution - along with others being made right now - is powerful enough to help change the face of this election and stand up for what matters.

This is the single most important two-week stretch of this General Election and I know that if we are to continue to stand together and fight, we are going to win. 

This is our moment. 

Help Alastair and the Greens send a message to Theresa May and the Tories - they shouldn't take this constituency for granted!

You can also follow his campaign here:

About Alastair 

Alastair is the Green Party's parliamentary candidate for Rutland and Melton in the 2017 General Election.  He's local, energetic, and principled - and he's determined to challenge the Conservatives on their damaging cuts and the risks of hard Brexit.

Alastair stands for a positive vision of how our counties and country could be: a caring society that invests properly in public services; a fair economy that provides decent jobs and homes for all; action on climate change and protection for nature; and an honest politics where everyone's vote counts.

The small-but-important print:

By making a donation you confirm that you are eligible to make political donations in the UK, and that this donation is not made for or on behalf of any other person.  All donations received are subject to the regulations of the Political Parties, Elections and Referendums Act 2000.

Please note that any donations over £50 have to be declared to the Electoral Commission along with the name and address of the donor.  Anonymous donations over £50 cannot be accepted.

Promoted by David Davies, Rutland and Melton Green Party, 59 High Street, Kirby Bellars, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire, LE142EA

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