Daisy Cooper and the St Albans Liberal Democrat team have knocked on 1000 doors this weekend as part of their ‘1000 Door Challenge’. Known for their community campaigning, the Liberal Democrats are looking to build on the success of the recent local and general election results.
Daisy Cooper, Liberal Democrat Parliamentary Candidate for St Albans, said:
"There's a lot more to politics than elections. That's why we Liberal Democrats campaign all year round. In fact, one of the best things about politics is talking to local residents, finding out what people are concerned about, and whether and how we can help and how they can get involved in improving their communities."
“This weekend, we have been talking to local residents across the area from London Colney to Bricket Wood to find out what their concerns are both on a local and national level. We heard that people are particularly worried about the potential impact of the Rail Freight Interchange site on our green belt, the increasing pressure on our NHS and care services and schools, as well as the Conservatives £1 billion bung to the DUP. We are ready to listen and talk with residents on any issue they want”