is a published declaration of your policies. You should consider producing
a manifesto even if you are standing in local elections because the
local press features these and your local libraries will stock a copy
for you. This is not something you leave until the campaign starts however
and should be a collaborative effort involving as many party members
as wish to and can contribute. It also helps to firm up your policies
and arms you with something to discuss with electors.
You should consider the issues affecting the area in which your standing
and if you are a single issue candidate your manifesto can set out clearly
why you are standing.
Manifestos are often made available in local libraries especially for
Council elections so make a few extra copies and be ready to make them
available to the public through your libraries. Your local press may
also wish for copies.
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