UPDATE : The campaign site has been revamped with the video and more interactivity. They are using Boris icons pretty liberally.
The first 150 Boris supporters to be there for a quick briefing at 9:30am in the County Hall reception will be kitted out with a official Back Boris t-shirts and will be integral to the smooth running of the day. You should be free to leave by 11:30am at the latest.
The first 150 people to reply to email@example.com with their full name and contact number will be added to the list. First come first served – see you there…
Victoria Borwicks site is actually better, Warwick Lightfoot’s is busier and has podcasts and videos. Andrew Boff’s site asks you to be patient with just a tear dropping. Was he surprised to get through?
|Party||Name|| 1st choice
| 1st choice
| 2nd choice
| 2nd choice
|Labour Party||Livingstone, Ken||685,541||35.70%||250,517||13.04%|
|Conservative Party||Norris, Steve||542,423||28.24%||222,559||11.59%|
|Liberal Democrats||Hughes, Simon||284,645||14.82%||465,704||24.25%|
People seem to forget that Boris got to Eton on a scholarship, not because he was a toff, the buffoon tag can be shaken off easily.
Surely Henley can spare him in the noble quest to finally rid London of Ken?
The Succinct Case for Boris:
- He is high profile and likeable. He has name and face recognition that matches Ken Livingstone. Very few people outside the Conservative activist base know any of the other candidates.
- He would be the popular grassroots choice with his own party activists.
- He reaches out to those not usually interested in politics.
- He is a talented media performer and campaigner.
- He can win.