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Organise a voter registration event.

Online, offline, with your local Labour Party or just with a group of mates - we need you to get active in getting people to register to vote before the deadline on 26 November. The groups of people least likely to be registered to vote are students, private renters, homeless or vulnerably-housed people and Black, Asian and ethnic minority communities. You can organise a voter registration drive with your local Labour Party, join an activist group in your area, or get going on your own! 

Organise a Let's Go group.

If we're going to beat the Tories, we're going to need people power. This means getting as many people as possible involved in the campaign. We're asking you to mobilise your friends, family, colleagues and neighbours - particularly those who have never canvassed for Labour before. We want you to get them out on the doorstep by inviting them to a WhatsApp group, Facebook group or email thread where you can plan when and where you're going to go canvassing together.


Organise a phonebank party.

Person-to-person contact is at the heart of our plan to win this election. We know not everyone can get out on the doorstep, and calling voters is a great way to make sure every voter has a conversation with a Labour member about what's a stake in this election. Phonebank parties can be as small as a handful of friends around your kitchen table, or as large as a big public gathering in a community centre.

Organise a Let's Go event.

In 2017 we ran training sessions in how to have persuasive conversations with voters on the doorstep. This time we're going bigger and better, holding Let's Go training events across the country with more focus on how to discuss key Labour policies and how to get involved in the election campaign. Whether you've organised a training before or this is your first time, we can provide you with detailed script and an online training call so you have everything you need to know to run your own event.

Organise a debate watch party.

The TV debates are key 'moments' in the campaign where we have the chance to speak to the country about Labour's plans for real change. By organising a watch party, you'll help to build hype around the debates and they are also a great opportunity to recruit new canvassers to join you on the doorstep. Debate watch parties can be as small as a handful of friends in your living room, or as large as a big public gathering in a community centre.

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