Monday, 8 March 2010

Thinking about becoming a Conservative Party Member?

Are you thinking about becoming a Conservative Party Member? I joined the party to help get rid of Gordon Brown and Labour before they can do any more damage. Becoming a member is a great way to meet up with like minded people through your local association. If enough of us get together, we can make the changes that we can all see are desperately needed.

Also the party really does depend on membership fees to fight elections. No matter what you may have heard about Non Dom donors, it is a fact that Labour receive more from Non Doms. And contrary to what Labour ministers are trying to spin, Labour (with the help of the unions) are spending more in marginal seats. Labour are going to fight a dirty campaign and the Conservatives are going to need all the help they can get.

From the party website:
Members play an active role in the Party, and receive important voting rights in Party elections. As a Member, you’ll be able to:

- Decide who represents the Party in local, general and European elections
- Vote in elections for the Party Leader and in your local Association’s AGM
- Attend Party Conferences

In addition, you’ll receive:

- Access to our Affinity Programme which provides great discounts on a wide range of products
- A membership card and welcome booklet
- Regular email updates

Becoming a Member costs £25 a year - or £5 a year if you’re under 23 years old.
You can become a member of the Conservative Party by clicking HERE.

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