Doorstep canvassing

                 Museums and the election - Meeting candidates
                       Writing to candidates - Doorstep canvassing
Marginal constituencies - What not to do - After the election
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The sole aim of candidates (and their representatives) who appear on your doorstep is to identify how you intend to vote.

Therefore, if you wish to talk about issues that concern you, it is advisable not to declare your voting intention at the outset.

A note from a canvasser that you are “undecided and would like to know more about what our party will do for museums” is likely to bring you more attention and possibly a personal visit from the candidate.

Have a question ready for when you meet a candidate.


Museums and the election (pdf)