Tactical Voting in the 2019 European Parliamentary Elections
This election can be confusing for Remainers with many people telling you which party is the "best" to stop Brexit. The truth is we just need as many people to vote as possible, no matter who it's for.
In most regions there is room for more than one Remain party to win a seat. So please persuade everyone you can to get out and vote on Thursday - even if they've chosen a different remain party to you.
Getting just 2 or 3 friends to vote
can make this a day
we all make a difference
Voting makes a difference. No matter how bored you are over Brexit, go out and vote. Any vote for Farage on Thursday won’t be seen by him as a protest but as support for his brand of far-right U.K. politics. The more votes against him, the greater the chance of stopping him.— Armando Iannucci (@Aiannucci) May 19, 2019
Important advice from tactical voting expert Becky Snowden - pls read & RT!— Caroline Lucas (@CarolineLucas) May 13, 2019
“The bottom line is, the more progressive votes we get, the more progressive seats we’ll win. Getting more progressive voters to the polls should be only “tactic” we use in 2019” https://t.co/3iiqhWAAyf
Throwing milkshakes or whatever else at people is not the answer and is unjustifiable whoever the recipient may be. The place to show your contempt is at the polling booths. Vote.— Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) May 20, 2019
“Turnout is key. It is vital that young people, across the country, go out and vote. Brexit will drastically and disproportionately affect our futures.”— Daniel Taylor (@Daniel1Taylor) May 20, 2019
My article in @TheNewEuropean about the importance of voting in these EU elections! 🇪🇺🇬🇧https://t.co/ieoUF16dO5
Make sure you vote. Make sure you encourage others to. Make your voice heard. A big push right now can easily result in parties calling for a People’s Vote collectively outpolling those pushing for a disorderly No Deal. However politicians spin this, it would be significant. END— Alex Andreou (@sturdyAlex) May 19, 2019
And that means getting your friends, your family, your colleagues to vote, and to vote for one of the pro-Remain party. That's real tactics right there: if you can encourage just one voter who otherwise wouldn't have voted, or would have voted for the "wrong" side, that's huge.— Edwin Hayward🦄🏹🗡️ (@uk_domain_names) May 20, 2019
The Remain Party might not be real, but the advice is.
Get out the vote on May 23rd.