Alan Wallace

Alan Wallace

50 years old
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  • Did you vote for the Jury Team in the European elections in June 2009?
    Yes
    Would you consider voting for the Jury Team in the next General Election?
    Yes

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    Alan Wallace
    Alan Wallace wrote a new blog: "Get Tweeting, get putting the word out".
    This site has hundreds of members who, by definition, are internet social-media friendly.
    7 years ago
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    Heather Kavanagh
    "Heather Kavanagh" commented on Alan Wallace's Blog "Candidates".
    That would be excellent. *goes back to sourcing proposers*
    7 years ago
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    Alan Wallace
    "Alan Wallace" commented on Alan Wallace's Blog "Candidates".
    It's certainly a good idea, which is what this site was set up for. I think (though I'm not sure) once the candidates go up on the main JT website, there's a facility for contacting them there.
    7 years ago
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    Heather Kavanagh
    "Heather Kavanagh" commented on Alan Wallace's Blog "Candidates".
    I notice some names in adjacent to my constituency. I'm thinking we should make contact and pool resources. Is this something JT HQ could help organise?
    7 years ago

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  • Alan Wallace
    by Alan Wallace 8 years ago
    http://www.healthcarerepublic.com//news/index.cfm?fuseaction=HCR.News.Pharmacist.LatestNews.Article&nNewsID=911883&sHashCode=#AddComment
  • Alan Wallace
    by Alan Wallace 8 years ago
    My thoughts off the cuff.

    People vote on instinct. The national instinct was to protest and UKIP/BNP are the natural repository of the protest vote.

    We got criticised for reportedly not having policies, but what are the policies of the BNP & UKIP?

    We had 5 European policies. We should have had one. Hammer it home. We're the guys on the white horses. A simple message and a simple image. Repeat it again and again and again until it sinks into the subconscious of voters and we become an instinctive reaction to sleaze.
  • Alan Wallace
    by Alan Wallace 8 years ago
    Anybody finding themselves sitting by a computer as the results come in - come & join me online at www.rjpageuk.co.uk.
  • Marie Clayton
    by Marie Clayton 8 years ago
    Turnout in the South West is confirmed at 38.86% - higher than normal. Bad news is that at the moment UKIP appear to be well in the lead...
  • Alan Wallace
    by Alan Wallace 8 years ago
    Rumours that turnout in Glasgow was as low as 7%

    http://www.teletext.co.uk/news/scottish-politics/73a8629cfa70bd96a6a61ad7cf541bda/Labour+fears+as+polls+end.aspx
  • Alan Wallace
    by Alan Wallace 8 years ago
    All done.


    What now?
  • Alan Wallace
    by Alan Wallace 8 years ago
    Just found out my step-son was out until midnight last night putting out the last of the posters.
  • Alan Wallace
    by Alan Wallace 8 years ago
    I haven't had so many people shake me by the hand in my life. It's worn to a stub.
  • Alan Wallace
    by Alan Wallace 8 years ago
    Good blog write up at http://www.hlynes.com/2009/06/01/a-tour-of-the-minor-parties-5-jury-team/
  • Alan Wallace
    by Alan Wallace 8 years ago
    Tens of thousands of corrugated plastic billboards on lamp-posts isn't very "Green" is it? Just why are they called "Green" anyway?