‘Working all year round’ – it’s not just what we say, it’s what we do!!
Campaigning before Christmas is the best way to get momentum for the General Election or if you are fighting council elections in May 2024. Every bit of effort you put in now, will be rewarded twice over next year.
ALDC is delighted to release our brand new set of templates for all your campaigning needs. If you’re new to designing leaflets or just want a speedy option why not try ALDC Artworker, our free online leaflet creation tool.
With the cost of print going up by over 40%, many of these designs will also have bulk buy discounts from our print partners at Election Workshop.
G8 Squeeze Mailings
The G8 programme supports key Lib Dem target wards with additional mailings in the run up to an election. The mailings are squeeze letters with an insert. Whether you have been successful in a bid for G8 funding or not you can use our templates to write to this key group of voters.
The mainstay of our regular campaigning literature. We have created multiple designs to help to fit your needs.
Whether you are a breakthrough candidate, part of a team and whomever your opponent is, we have you covered with eye-catching and adaptable choices.
We have put particular emphasis on encouraging you to get endorsements into your literature. Positive reinforcement from other local residents is a very powerful tool to convince residents to vote for you.
Lots of Lib Dem campaigners and councillors do fabulous work throughout the year but fail to let residents know.
The new Annual Report template allows you to showcase the work you have done in 2023. From your council budgets in February to dealing with casework on cold November nights. Don’t be shy, show off your excellent efforts.
After canvassing, direct mail is the next most powerful tool in your campaigning arsenal.
We have a new range of letterheads for you to order or buy in bulk and then add local content for street letters. We also have a range of templates, from postal voter registration to welcoming new voters.