How to take on a national general election
What is a general election?
National elections are an important part of our democracy and are part of the mandate of our Prime Minister.
This is the time to decide who is best qualified to lead the country and what they can achieve together.
What are the main issues?
The main issues of a general elections campaign are: What is your party?
Which party do you support?
Are you prepared to make sacrifices to make your candidate win?
Who will you be voting for?
What does your party stand for?
What will you do if you lose?
What will you vote for?
Who will have your back?
What do you need to do to get elected?
What is your view on the current leadership?
Who is your leader?
Who has the support of the party?
Who are your MPs?
What are your views on the issues?
What does the Prime Minister do?
Where are the parties holding their election meetings?
What can you do to help your candidate get elected to parliament?
Who should I contact?
The National Election Commission (NEC) can help you find out more about the candidates, party leaders, and the parties they are running against.
You can find the contact details for each of the parties on the party website.
If you need further information, you can contact the NEC’s helpline on 0800 3555.