Friday, 1 March 2013

Holmes to Campaign for Every British Vote as he sets out CF Plan of Action.



Tory Youth Wing Chairman candidate, Paul Homes, has spelled out how he is going to undertake the most ambitious and exciting national Conservative Future programme in its history and help achieve a Conservative Party Majority in 2015.

In an article on the Huffington Post Holmes articulated his belief that the Tories - "Must focus support on the 40 most marginal seats – more base, less bus."

Paul has experience at beating Labour in elections as a Southampton City Councillor and says he is determined to launch a social outreach programme to Working Class & Black and Ethnic Minority (BME) voters - "To demonstrate to people who don’t vote for us, that we share common values and that the Conservative Party should be their natural home."

Figures recently revealed just 16% of the BME electorate voted Conservative in the 2010 General Election, whilst 68% voted for the Labour Party.

Holmes is also firmly committed to accessible nationwide Conservative Future events with leading Party and business figures for all members and says he wants to be the peoples Chairman, enabling members to question the National Executive easily & regularly.

Paul revealed he is also hopeful of achieving greater influence in Conservative Campaign HQ.

"We must also provide a voice for members on policy in the next manifesto and commit to helping candidates in both the county elections and winning the Better Together campaign. What makes the Working Better, Together plan stand out, are those commitments to: assist delivering a Conservative majority in 2015; empower the grassroots; and drive both transparency and accountability" - Holmes added.

50 comments:

Anonymous said...

surely holmes has got this in the bag now? oily cooper would be disastrous and just deighton is useless

Anonymous said...

VOTE HOLMES!!!!!

Anonymous said...

matt was my top choice but paul will do a decent job. anyone but oliver cooper please!

Anonymous said...

I'm not sure what this Social Outreach Programme involves exactly but Paul's the only one who's addressing the BME issue so he gets my vote

Anonymous said...

oli needs to come clean about his links with ukip his finances his attack ads and his job. today

Anonymous said...

underdogs plymouth argyle are firmly in the championship now aren't they tbg. working class winners. it's either holmes or deighton here

Anonymous said...

who is oli cooper? that's what you've got to be asking yourself. so much so because his little circle has created its own blog to pump out oily news and to rival tbg. but fear not tbg you're the only one for me

Anonymous said...

Paul, Rob, Ellie and John to win this. Oli and James don't deserve it. The other DCPs are OK but haven't done enough to squeeze in. Sarah-Jane has alienated everyone while Jasmine has to be a joke candidate. Ben and Simon are good lads but comedy wins over seriousness in this role

Anonymous said...

i don't recall oli or james saying that matt had called them before stepping down? just paul then.

Anonymous said...

Fair play to Paul. New on the scene. Battled against old timers. Now the clear favourite. Question is will Matt's supporters come over to him like they should? I also hear that a few big hitters are going to endorse Paul early next week which will help him.

Anonymous said...

Holmes is the one to win this now; all Cooper has been doing is sabotaging online polls to make himself look like the frontrunner and attending low level, poorly attended hustings to brag as "momentum". Deighton has no hope. Manning is the best DCP choice while Team Jasmine or Ellie will take DCM, Sewell lost a lot of support and I think she knows she'll be a one termer.

Anonymous said...

everyone knows its adam honeysett - watts running the shop. he wants to see them over the finishing line but what happens then?

Anonymous said...

TBG called this one right before everyone else. Paul just needs to surround himself with smart people now and make this work. He's our #SaveCF candidate.

Anonymous said...

honey-i-blew-up-the-opposition will be back for sure

Anonymous said...

It's only a matter of hours before Oil Cooper sends London Spin another attack ad. There's no end to that guys' finances

Anonymous said...

@7.27 lol. honey-i-blew-up-the-opposition. where is charlotte argyle? she's much fitter than jasmine

Anonymous said...

@7.27 lol. honey-i-blew-up-the-opposition. where is charlotte argyle? she's much fitter than jasmine

Anonymous said...

does his social outreach programme include more top totty like #teamjasmine? if so he's got my vote

Anonymous said...

@6.25 what about oli's links with ukip, his finances, his attack ads and his job? all of this is well documented! lies, lies, lies and more lies

Anonymous said...

We know Paul's backing Charlotte for DCP whether she's the frontrunner or not but has he endorsed anyone for DCM? That could be a game changer now that its between Jasmine and Ellie. He said he's supporting Callum Crozier and he's close with Ellie so that's my bet. She was sound at the London hustings!

Anonymous said...

who's richard holloway supporting now then? he carries the london vote so pretty crucial

Anonymous said...

Dear Paul, I'm less interested in your Social Outreach Programme and more intrigued about your National Award Scheme. How will you recognise the achievements of those who spent a great deal of time and money heading down to Eastleigh these past few weeks???

Anonymous said...

I'm backing Paul for National Chairman. I thought about James and although he's a nice guy he just doesn't have it in him for the top job. I hope he doesn't disappear altogether though when this is over.

Anonymous said...

Who's Paul referring to here I wonder? Lol. "This isn't the time to elect someone who will hurt our party; vote for someone who will achieve all of the above, and more, while beating Labour in the process."

Anonymous said...

New immigrant communities don't want same sex marriage. Cameron is alienating the supporters he needs. What you need to do is dress up and turn up, like Jason Kenney.

Anonymous said...

Vote Sam Fletcher

Anonymous said...

paul's the only one who can #savecf now from oily cooper who will stop at nothing until everyone joins ukip. he can't be trusted!

Anonymous said...

VOTE HOLMES!!!!!

Anonymous said...

good luck paul. i haven't met you but you seem like a decent bloke. enjoyed reading both your articles

Anonymous said...

What a load of ****

Well done Paul it seems you and spin doctor extraordinary Adam have done a great job in writing all of the above.

Apart from Durham last weekend has Paul visited anywhere out of the SE? It does not seem like it to me. If he was running for London or the SE regional chairmanship that would be fine but there is a whole country out there.

People will not vote for someone who has come from no where, not put in any effort into helping CF beyond his Uni days, and who does not have the decency to even visit most of the regions.

Anonymous said...

@7.29 Looks like Oily Cooper came online @10.00. You were right! Sour grapes. Pipe down Oily haha

Anonymous said...

@10.00 Who is bankrolling your campaign Oily? We know you didn't get a redundancy package so how can you afford two trips to Durham in as many days. Creepy

Anonymous said...

If Holmes is committed to reaching out to potential ethnic minority support, he'd best be cheering on #teamjasmine. Not only has she run a great campaign, but she's an ordinary, highly social student from a BME background!

An all-white, worked-in-Westminster exec does not exactly send the right message, does it.

Anonymous said...

Holmes is the only one who can save CF now. Deighton can't win. Cooper is a UKIPer. Vote Holmes!

Anonymous said...

the regions will prevail
oilys shot his bolt and is in
hiding
he will not answer allegations
job/funding/ukip/

mo

Anonymous said...

oli has a parrot called jeff

Anonymous said...

Having spent much time comparing the candidates, I still find myself unable to come to a conclusion regarding the big question:

Which is fatter - Holmes's face or Deighton's arse?

Anonymous said...

Not living within the M25, I have no idea who Paul Holmes is.

Anonymous said...

On the pure aesthetics, each cf position is a pretty easy call.

Anonymous said...

VOTE HOLMES!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Top man. Who is the real Oily Cooper?

Anonymous said...

Contrary to popular belief, Robinson didn't actually step down...

Deighton ate him.

Anonymous said...

There once was a man named Oli,
Whose pet was a bright red polly.
He named the bird Jeff,
But the blighter was deaf,
And flew into a truck. What a wally!

Anonymous said...

We love you Paul! xxx

Anonymous said...

Writing for the left wing Huff post again Paul?

Whats next compulsory muesli for all and a daily briefing on the party line to take for CF activists if we elect you?

Anonymous said...

oily cooper strikes again! @4.38

Anonymous said...

To be fair, Holmes is a dull, CCHQ approved, party liner. At least things would be more interesting under Cooper

Anonymous said...

just deighton strikes a blow! @12.21

Anonymous said...

clearly gonna be 1 paul 2 oil slick 3 just deights...

Anonymous said...

i really hope people back paul. anything to avoid a cooper cabinet. makes my blood boil

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