Wednesday, 15 September 2010

Vote Hilley for Conservative Future Deputy Chair' (Membership).


In the first of FOUR major announcements tBg is urging CF members to vote Clare Hilley for Deputy Chair' for membership.

Level-headed Clare has massive experience within CF and has been a loyal and hardened activist for over a decade. tBg believes Clare's values and ideals are in line with itself and modern-progressive Conservatism able to take CF in the right direction. Decent, hard-working and conscientious Clare has earned her spot at the top of this organisation.

Watch Clare's new campaign video.


Keep up-to-date with Clare and her campaign to become Deputy Chair' at The Hilley Blog.

Connect with Clare on Facebook and Twitter.

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

she's worked really hard and deserves it

Anonymous said...

So Swann, Howlett and who else to come?

Anonymous said...

Not a surprise, Claire is sound. But who else? Please don't endorse Beady eyed one.

Anonymous said...

An endorsement for Howlett, is an endorsement for incompetence, hot air, and global warming!

theBlueGuerilla. said...

Try and stay on thread topic and not get ahead of yourself there old boy. tBg doesn't think Clare deserves this endorsement to turn into another anti-Howlett circus.

Chris Garcia said...

I agree, i trust her with the keys to young conservative groups

Anonymous said...

The Endorsement of Clare is a decent choice, Deputy Membership seems to be the strongest field of all the categories. Cooper, Gould and Hampshire all sound choices. Deputy Political is a Joke field.

Deighton and Gupta are sound for appointed officer. The chairmanship field is an absolute joke this year, I would find it hard to support any of them.

This anti-Howlett circus is interesting, I never understood it, until I spoke to an old friend the other day. I had posted on my Facebook supporting a few candidates, my friend who has nothing to do with Politics commented. He then informed me that he got messages off certain people within Team Howlett basically saying to vote for him and pouring insults on the other candidates. I can see why that would annoy lots of people, my friend just through CF was full of weirdos.

Anonymous said...

It does not take a genius to work out that the people you will be backing are: Howlett, Hilley, Swan, and Sullivan. In other words all the people on Howlett's slate!

Anonymous said...

Let's see wait and see what TBG does, to date he has only endorsed Claire. Which frankly is a decent choice, she has worked hard, been around a while and is a nice person. There is no glaring reason why you would not endorse her.

The suggestion that Howlett, Swann and Sullivan are to follow would surprise me. Swann might get it on the basis that she does not really have any opposition, Sullivan is an interesting case and Howlett, well, that says it all. But I trust TBG will surprise us all.

Andrew Baxter said...

I found the funniest thing, I supported Cooper when he was running for CF chair, my mother (Claire Baxter) clicked "like", she then got a message off Ben Howlett saying why she should support him and 5 negative points about Cooper. Amazing. I am voting Khan now, can't support Cox, could not support a candidate he drags my mother into CF wars.

Anonymous said...

@Chris Garcia - yu know loads about keys. sure its a sensitve topic, maybe one of the candidate's can refresh your memory.

Anonymous said...

I considered backing that cooper kid but all of his literature is written like he is running for chairman which we now know was what he really wanted to do. but was blocked by lauren mccevet. Cox was right when he said these children are running for president of the US. Hilley is sound so my friends will be backing her the others like howlett and cox are harder to pick

Anonymous said...

TBG, support anybody but Howlett and I will still love you.

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