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How a member of a political party can influence people to vote for them

A member of a political party relies on the people, in their constituency, to vote for them so that they can represent the views of the people in government. They can influence people to vote for them through:


Campaigning


The member of a political party can hold local and national events to highlight what they 'stand' for. This will influence the electorate that it's in their best interests to vote for a particular member of a political party..





Canvassing


The member of a political party may meet with the electorate to persuade people why they should vote for them.




Holding public debates

The member of a political party may take part in public debates to discuss the main issues and influence people to vote for them.







Use media forums


The member of a political party could use TV, radio-phone-ins and social media to engage with the public. This would make people aware of their party policies and their views and why people should vote for them.



Take action


The member of a political party could highlight actions which they have taken or will take if elected and what the benefits to the public and society/economy will be. This could influence to people to vote for them.



Using posters


The member of the political party can use posters with their face and slogan on it so that people can see who they are and this may influence people to vote for them.

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