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1.Green Party barnstorms in Yorkshire

2.Green Party campaigns in London focusing on Environment

3.Green Party leader Mallen Barker made a statement in which he called Green Party "only progressive party that operates in UK" invoking that Labor Party is "all talk no action".

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1. John Major attempts to put his shoes on in Southwest England. He begins to tie them in front of a crowd, hoping he doesn't trip over himself and fall face first into the curiously placed cream pie

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Neil Kinnock holds a rally in Coventry, attacking the Socialists, as radicals, whose only purpose is to split the left wing vote, and help ensure five more years of Tory government. (Also @Hestia11, w

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Nigel Farage will hold a tour across the East Midlands, promising to escalate and advance the response to terrorist organizations in Northern Ireland, saying, "We will not surrender to terrorists, and we will use every weapon at our disposal to force terrorist organizations out of Northern Ireland. We will end the situation by force, and we will go as far as interfering in Ireland if it means tracking down and destroying terrorist groups. By land, sea, and air we will raze Northern Ireland and Ireland itself to the ground if it means bringing peace to the area and to Britain."

 

UKIP will hold a tour of Scotland focusing on opposing devolution at all costs.

 

Nigel Farage will tour Southwest England focusing on the United Commonwealth plan.

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22 hours ago, Herbert Hoover said:

MP Terry Fields campaigns in his home constituency of Liverpool, attacking Labour as not being able to hold the Conservatives accountable even while they debated on live television last week. The Socialists should be included! 

MP Dave Nellist campaigns in his home constituency of Coventry, pushing forward a platform of stricter regulations for businesses in dealing with environmental waste and pollution. 

The Socialists run an ad in Northwest England, painting themselves as the only party that can hold the Conservatives and Labour accountable for NHS reform in Parliament. 

Liverpool: 10! A great day for the Socialists as they paint themselves as the anti-Labour in the area.

Coventry: 5. A decent, if a little bit boring topic for them to talk about.

NW England: 5. Some are puzzled by the relentless attacks on Labour.

Overall: +3. A good day for the Socialists.

22 hours ago, WVProgressive said:

In Kent, Neil Kinnock attack's the Tory idea, that the Labour Party, and Socialist Party are one in the same, pointing out the fact that the Socialists are by, and large made up of former Militant members that Labour expelled. He likens the attack to saying the Conservatives, and BNP are the same.

Labour releases an advertisement, promising to protect the environment, as well as the dignity, and financial well being of miners, in North West England.

John Smith knocks on doors in Leeds, talking about Labour's plan for governmental reform.

Kent: 9. The populace largely agrees with Kinnock's explanations.

NW England: 1. It goes over poorly as Greens attack Labour as pro-coal and pro-fossil fuels.

Leeds: 6. A decent day in Leeds about reform.

Overall: 0. Not a bad or good day for Labour.

19 hours ago, Cenzonico said:

Paddy Ashdown goes to the city of Aberdeen to talk about Scotland under the UK, and devolution.

"Scotland and England have had a relationship dating back centuries! It is because of that we as a union exists and we should make sure that it is fostered at all costs. But it is time to bring Scotland home rule! The future of Scotland should lay on the hands of the Scottish people, and the Liberal Democrats will do exactly that! A elected Scottish Parliament is to be created as soon as possible so we can give more power into the hands of the people."

Paddy Ashdown decides to fly down to the South West where he works with volunteers in the constituencies of Torbay, Thornbury and Yate, and Devizes.

MP. Menzies Campbell campaigns for the Liberal Democrats in Fife talking about why the Lib Dems are the best choice for Scotland! 

Scotland: 7. A good day in Scotland as many appear to be warming up to the Lib Dems in the area.

South West: 3. A poor day in the heartland for the party.

Fife: 6. Another decent trip. 

Overall: 0. A good day in Scotland helps, but the poor one in SW could hurt the Lib Dems.

3 hours ago, Reagan04 said:

John Major keeps hitting London

John Major keeps the heat up on Northwest England

John Major tours around friendly Southeast England

London: 1. A terrible day in London for Major as (major ;)) enthusiasm is shown for Labour.

NW England: 5. A decent day in NW England, but not one to help the party.

SE England: 4. Normally friendly, there is some breeding ground for the Lib Dems in the area.

Overall: ... -8. (Don't hurt me)

3 hours ago, TheLiberalKitten said:

Plaid launches brainstorming campaign in rural Wales, hoping to increase their momentum as to why they are the best party to serve the Welsh people

SDLP launches advertising campaign attacking the UUP and DUP as pawns of the Tories

"They are both the same! They'll just prop them up!"

SNP campaign brainstorms in Northern Scotland

Plaid: 4. An eh day for Plaid as some enthusiasm dissipates.

SDLP: 2. The UUP voraciously denies that they would ever team up with the DUP, and many believe them

SNP: 6. A decent day for the SNP for the first time shows some stalled Scottish momentum picking up

3 hours ago, Rodja said:

1.Green Party barnstorms in Yorkshire

2.Green Party campaigns in London focusing on Environment

3.Green Party leader Mallen Barker made a statement in which he called Green Party "only progressive party that operates in UK" invoking that Labor Party is "all talk no action".

Yorkshire: 10! A great day for the Greens in Yorkshire gives them major momentum.

London: 9. A great day in London as well.

Statement: 3. The Greens seem to have trouble when trying to attack Labour.

Overall: +6. Continued momentum for the Greens

1 hour ago, The Blood said:

Nigel Farage will hold a tour across the East Midlands, promising to escalate and advance the response to terrorist organizations in Northern Ireland, saying, "We will not surrender to terrorists, and we will use every weapon at our disposal to force terrorist organizations out of Northern Ireland. We will end the situation by force, and we will go as far as interfering in Ireland if it means tracking down and destroying terrorist groups. By land, sea, and air we will raze Northern Ireland and Ireland itself to the ground if it means bringing peace to the area and to Britain."

 

UKIP will hold a tour of Scotland focusing on opposing devolution at all costs.

 

Nigel Farage will tour Southwest England focusing on the United Commonwealth plan.

East Midlands: 10! The Tories seem to be struggling, which seems to be aiding UKIP in the area.

Scotland tour: 6. An okay day in Scotland shows some reward.

SW England: 8. An even better day in Southwest England than Scotland.

Overall: +9. A great day to be a UKIPper!

 

UUP: 3. A poor day for the UUP as some attacks stick.

DUP: 8. A good day for the DUP to capitalize on UUP stumbles

SF: 2. A complete reversal of fortunes for Sinn Fein.

ALL: 9. Alliance continues to climb.

 

2 minutes ago, buenoboss said:

Marshall Garcia hangs out in pubs across London

Marshall Garcia campaigns in the Underground

Marshall Garcia has a rally at Hogwarts in London

Pubs: 10! A good time for Garcia!

Underground: 4. A slight setback.

Hogwarts...: 9! Many enjoy the sights and sounds.

Overall: +7. A great day for Change in the city.

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(Don't hurt me)

A murder suicide is in my future

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SEAT PROJECTION: HUNG PARLIAMENT
TORIES SHORT 14

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UK Polling (minus NI)

Conservative Party: 39.2% (-0.6%) @Reagan04

Labour Party: 33.7% (+0.1%) @WVProgressive

Liberal Democrats: 18.4% (0) @Cenzonico

Green Party: 2.1% (+0.2%) @Rodja

SNP + Plaid: 1.9% (0) @TheLiberalKitten

UKIP: 1.7% (+0.3%) @The Blood

Socialists: 0.7% (+0.1%) @Herbert Hoover

Change UK: 0.5% (+0.2%) @buenoboss

Undecided: 2.1% (-0.3%)

NORTHERN IRELAND POLLING

UUP: 34.4% (-2.1%) 10 Seats 

SDLP: 22.9% (-1.5%) 4 Seats

DUP: 14.1% (+1.1%) 2 Seats

Alliance: 11.7% (+1.7%) 1 Seat (+1)

Sinn Fein: 11.2% (-1.8%)

Undecided: 5.7%)

 

Next turn begins now. Reminder that you can send me requests for internal polls should you wish for 2 regions per turn. Thanks!

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Paddy Ashdown campaigns in Sedgefield to talk about the need for electoral reform. 

 

"Britain, it is time to realize that we can not bring real change unless we bring electoral and Constitutional reform! Specifically I will talk about the electoral side of reform. Our system of winner take all is unfair, unstable, and divisive! The implementation of a poll tax makes everything worse! So it's simple, the Liberal Democrats believe that we need a system of Proportional Representation for elections at all level's. More specifically the single transferable vote where electors cast their votes in multi-member constituencies. We must also reform the House of Lords to make it elected and a introduction of a fixed four year term for parliament! Only then will we bring stability to Westminster."

Paddy Ashdown files over to the town of Chippenham where he meets with voters and tries to sway them to the Liberal Democrat side.

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The Liberal Democrats send out another round of leaflets about getting the UK's economy back on track targeting the constituencies of Dover, Guildford, and Sevenoaks.

 

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SDLP campaign distributes leaflets, reminding voters why they are the best choice for Northern Ireland, while criticizing the UUP

Plaid campaign holds series of meeting voters where they take questions about devolution

SNP campaigns in Southern Scotland where they talk about why they are the best party to serve Scottish interests and how they will work to get a environmental bill passed with the other parties

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1.Green Party holds town hall in London explaining and promoting its manifesto to voters

2.Mallen Barker visits the poor neighborhood in Liverpool to talk about his solutions for wealth inequality

3.Green Party releases Jobs plan focusing on transition to sustainable energy and "green jobs"

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John Smith says that Labour will bring in a written constitution if they're elected, while at a rally in Cambridge

Neil Kinnock knocks on doors in Newcastle talking about the NHS

Peter Shore at a rally in Liverpool attacks the Green Party's idea that caring for coal miners, means not caring for the environment.

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John Major cries his way through London attempting to not get hit my tomatoes again

John Major tries to get his friends to like him in Sussex

John Major deigns to step foot in northeast England 

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East Midlands, yes, we tour there on eliminating public debt.

East Midlands, again, we tour there, on the United Commonwealth.

Scotland, tour there opposing devolution.

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On 9/6/2020 at 10:14 PM, Cenzonico said:

Paddy Ashdown campaigns in Sedgefield to talk about the need for electoral reform. 

 

"Britain, it is time to realize that we can not bring real change unless we bring electoral and Constitutional reform! Specifically I will talk about the electoral side of reform. Our system of winner take all is unfair, unstable, and divisive! The implementation of a poll tax makes everything worse! So it's simple, the Liberal Democrats believe that we need a system of Proportional Representation for elections at all level's. More specifically the single transferable vote where electors cast their votes in multi-member constituencies. We must also reform the House of Lords to make it elected and a introduction of a fixed four year term for parliament! Only then will we bring stability to Westminster."

Paddy Ashdown files over to the town of Chippenham where he meets with voters and tries to sway them to the Liberal Democrat side.

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The Liberal Democrats send out another round of leaflets about getting the UK's economy back on track targeting the constituencies of Dover, Guildford, and Sevenoaks.

 

Sedgefield: 9. A good day for the Lib Dems in the area.

Chippenham: 4. A bit under the weather, some activists are getting worried about the campaign.

Dover, Guildford, Sevenoaks: 4. The areas don't seem to be going to plan.

Overall: 0. 

On 9/7/2020 at 12:56 AM, TheLiberalKitten said:

SDLP campaign distributes leaflets, reminding voters why they are the best choice for Northern Ireland, while criticizing the UUP

Plaid campaign holds series of meeting voters where they take questions about devolution

SNP campaigns in Southern Scotland where they talk about why they are the best party to serve Scottish interests and how they will work to get a environmental bill passed with the other parties

SDLP: 6. A good day for the SDLP in Northern Ireland.

Plaid: 10! A wonderful day for Plaid once again as most audience members feel they've done well.

SNP: 6. A decent day in Scotland.

Overall: +7. A great day for the Devolution Alliance.

23 hours ago, Rodja said:

1.Green Party holds town hall in London explaining and promoting its manifesto to voters

2.Mallen Barker visits the poor neighborhood in Liverpool to talk about his solutions for wealth inequality

3.Green Party releases Jobs plan focusing on transition to sustainable energy and "green jobs"

London: 1! As the Green Party gets a better look at in London, some voters are turned off by the manifesto.

Liverpool: 9. A good day in Liverpool as the Greens muscle their way into the NW England area.

Plan: 10! Many English are happy to hear the plan.

Overall: +4. A day of highs and lows.

20 hours ago, WVProgressive said:

John Smith says that Labour will bring in a written constitution if they're elected, while at a rally in Cambridge

Neil Kinnock knocks on doors in Newcastle talking about the NHS

Peter Shore at a rally in Liverpool attacks the Green Party's idea that caring for coal miners, means not caring for the environment.

Cambridge: 8. A good day for Labour in the area by any measure.

Newcastle: 3. Parties continue to struggle to articulate their views on the NHS.

Liverpool: 10! A great day for Labour in the area, as many begin to cheer for the local Labour activists.

Overall: +5. A good day for Labour. 

20 hours ago, Herbert Hoover said:

(Short today sorry)

Socialists talk taxes in Liverpool. 

Socialists talk healthcare in Liverpool. 

Socialists talk about business regulations in Coventry. 

Liverpool: 7. A good day for Tax talk!

Liverpool: 5. Many continue to not listen on the issue.

Coventry: 2. Defending one of the Socialists' best targets seems to be off to a rocky start.

Overall: -3. A bit of an off day for the Socialists.

17 hours ago, buenoboss said:

Marshall Garcia has a rally in London

Marshall Garcia tours some more pubs in London and watches some football with the boys

Marshall Garcia shooting hoops with people in London

 

London: 9. A good rally as many show up to show support.

London: 3. Many begin to think the party is trying "a little too hard".

London: 1. Many young people are turned off by the party.

Overall: -4. A tough day for Change. 

16 hours ago, Reagan04 said:

John Major cries his way through London attempting to not get hit my tomatoes again

John Major tries to get his friends to like him in Sussex

John Major deigns to step foot in northeast England 

London: 3. Major gets hit in the face with a tomato.

Sussex: 5. Only half his friends decide to show up.

NE England: 1! Major is hit full in the face by an egg thrown by a Labour activist, and even Tories laugh.

Overall: -9...(please...I am beginning to think the dice hate you) horrible day for Tories, which is becoming a streak.

16 hours ago, The Blood said:

East Midlands, yes, we tour there on eliminating public debt.

East Midlands, again, we tour there, on the United Commonwealth.

Scotland, tour there opposing devolution.

East Midlands: 3. UKIP gets a hostile reaction from Tories who desperately need their support.

East Midlands: 3. The area continues to be hostile.

Scotland: 1! SNP supporters shout down Farage, who chant "Go South!" until he leaves the stage.

Overall: -11. A horrible turn for UKIP, but they weren't from a position of strength in Scotland to begin with. 

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28 minutes ago, Hestia11 said:

London: 3. Major gets hit in the face with a tomato.

Sussex: 5. Only half his friends decide to show up.

NE England: 1! Major is hit full in the face by an egg thrown by a Labour activist, and even Tories laugh.

Overall: -9...(please...I am beginning to think the dice hate you) horrible day for Tories, which is becoming a streak.

A man who has nothing to lose has nothing but hate to give.

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SEAT PROJECTION: HUNG PARLIAMENT

TORIES SHORT 18

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UK Election Polls (minus NI)

Conservative Party: 38.8% (-0.4%) @Reagan04

Labour Party: 34.0% (+0.3%) @WVProgressive

Liberal Democrats: 18.4% (0%) @Cenzonico

SNP + Plaid: 2.0% (+0.1%) @TheLiberalKitten

Green Party: 2.0% (-0.1%) @Rodja

UKIP: 1.5% (-0.2%) @The Blood

Socialists: 0.7% (0) @Herbert Hoover

Change UK: 0.5% (0) @buenoboss

Undecided: 2.2% (+0.1%)

NI Election Polls + Seats

UUP: 33.1% (-1.3%) 9 seats (-1)

SDLP: 23.3% (+0.4%) 4 Seats

DUP: 15.7% (+1.6%) 3 Seats (+1)

Sinn Fein: 11.4% (+0.2%) 1 Seat (+1)

Alliance: 10.9% (-0.8%)

Undecided: 5.6% (+0.1%)

 

Next turn is a bit lenient. It can start now. 

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1.Green Party activists go through streets of London talking to voters trying to convince them to support GP.

2.Green Party barnstorms in Scotland

3.Green Party barnstorms in  Welsh

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(decided to go low effort for this turn.)

Paddy Ashdown goes to the county of Somerset where he helps local volunteers to increase the presence of the Liberal Democrats in the area.

Paddy Ashdown goes over to 10 Downing Street to leave flowers in front in a quote "condolence" for the Tory campaign troubles. 

Charles Kennedy barnstorms the Scottish Highlands to increase support for the Liberal Democrats.

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SDLP campaign brainstorms in rural Northern Ireland, meeting voters and encouraging them to vote for change in the general election

SNP campaigns in Southern Scotland, hoping to build up support while criticizing the Tories and Labour

Plaid campaign hold various meet and greets where they encourage voters to vote for Plaid as they are the only party that is in favor of Devolution for Wales

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If everyone gets in by 7, I can do another turn today to make up, otherwise I'll push it to tomorrow! Thanks! Either way is good for me, so if you're busy, don't worry about it. 

@buenoboss @Reagan04 @WVProgressive @Herbert Hoover and @The Blood

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