Make it a Fair Fight!
On Thursday 6 May we fight elections in every part of the East of England. The Conservatives changed the rules to try and stop volunteers delivering political leaflets - even though every other kind of leaflet is permitted. We need more money to pay for leaflet delivery so we can make it a fair fight against the well-funded Tories.
All money raised by the Make it a Fair Fight appeal will help support
- County Council election campaigns in Cambridgeshire, Essex, Herfordshire, Norfolk and Suffolk
- Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Mayora; campaign
- District council election campaigns postponed from May 2020
- Police (fire) and crime commissioner campaigns in Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Essex, Hertfordshire, Norfolk and Suffolk
To donate by BACS via your online banking please use the following details:
- Account number: 28317068
- Sort code: 30-95-96 (Lloyds Bank)
- Please use your initials with your postcode or membership number as a reference so we can identify the source of the donation.
The other parties can count on millions from big business backers and trade union allies.
We need the resources to compete.
- £10 will pay for an hour's phone canvassing listening to local people.
- £25 helps promote our message on social media.
- £50 for a survey of people's views.
- £100 will print and deliver a leaflet to part ofa ward.
- £500 for a voter registration mailing to 1,000 residents.
- £1,000 will print and pay for Royal Mail to deliver a leaflet throughout a large county division.
Who is allowed to donate to us?
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.
Donations to political parties, including sponsorship, are regulated by the Political Parties Elections and Referendums Act 2000.
Anybody can donate up to £500 in any one calendar year. The Liberal Democrats only accept donations over £500 from permissible donors.
If you make donations to the Liberal Democrats totalling more than £1,500 in any calendar year, we are required to report them to the Electoral Commission, who, depending on the amount, may publish the fact that you have donated to us.
The name and address of the donor and the amount of the donation will be published on the Electoral Commission website. Addresses of individuals are not published.
More information is available on the Electoral Commission's website.