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There are many ways to get involved with the Labour Party and Keir Cozens’ campaign. Learn more about our different volunteering opportunities.

Speaking to voters on the doorstep

The most valuable thing you can do for the campaign is talking to people on the doorstep, sometimes called ‘canvassing’.

Meeting voters face-to-face lets us understand which issues are most important to them, and identify who is likely to vote Labour and who still needs to be persuaded. You don’t need to debate or have an answer to all their questions, just offer a friendly face and listen to their views.

You’ll always be teamed up with experienced canvassers who will show you the ropes and answer any questions you have.

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Sending out leaflets and letters from our local campaign is one of the most effective ways of persuading people to turn out and vote Labour.

You can either go out delivering in a team of volunteers across Great Yarmouth, stand on a street stall, or sign up to deliver regularly around your local area.

Office Support

If you can’t go out campaigning, there’s always useful work to help with in our campaign office.

From stuffing envelopes, to entering data, to making refreshments for other volunteers on a break, a campaign is a team effort and it depends on this important support work. There really is a job for everyone.

Sharing on Social Media

The most persuasive person to deliver a political message is someone a voter already likes and trusts. Sharing Labour content on your social media is a great way for you to make a personal case for why Labour needs to win this election to your friends and family.

By signing up to volunteer, you will get exclusive access to the latest news, images, and videos from our campaign to share, including targeted content for issues in your local area.

Calling voters by phone

If you can’t make it to a battleground seat, you can still help key campaigns across the country from where you are by calling up key voters using our voter phone-survey tool – Dialogue.

You can either start making calls whenever you have some free time, or sign up to the National Phonebanking Taskforce to join a group of like-minded volunteers, either virtually on a video call or in a venue in your area.

Dialogue is currently only available to registered Labour Members, so join today to get started.

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Have a question for Keir? Get in touch.