Swansea needs councillors who vote against cuts! No to austerity - vote Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (TUSC).

Don’t waste the opportunity to send a clear ‘no more cuts’ message by voting for Ronnie Job, TUSC: the only no-cuts, socialist candidate in Swansea West in the 2015 General Election!

Sunday, 19 April 2015

TUSC: "ordinary people talking sense"

"just ordinary people talking sense" - that's TUSC

On Friday, the Trades Unionist and Socialist Coalition (TUSC) had its election broadcast. Everybody Swansea TUSC supporters met who'd seen the broadcast this weekend was impressed.

One man at our stall in town said it was "just ordinary people talking sense". While a woman who hadn't seen it yet because of her work pattern, said she'd recorded it and was looking forward to watching it later, after talking to us and taking material.

One woman canvassed in Townhill on Sunday said she seen the broadcast and that she "agreed with everything said". She'll be voting Ronnie Job for Swansea West in the General Election and Owen Herbert for Townhill in the Council by-election.

TUSC qualified for an election broadcast because we've exceeded the threshold for 'fair' coverage. We have candidates standing in more than 1/6 of seats in the General Election (in Wales were contesting nearly 1/3).

Inspired by a brilliant broadcast, the mood of Swansea TUSC campaigners this weekend has been as bright as the spring weather. The picture doesn't do the views from Townhill justice but I doubt many canvassers would have had better views this weekend.

Did any canvassers have better views this weekend?
TUSC has been called 'the largest political party you've never heard of'. One person at a time we're changing that and our message - that working class should not be made to pay for a crisis we didn't cause is being well received.

TUSC is the only 100% anti-austerity party contesting this election. If you haven't seen our broadcast yet, check it out: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pcEMrCTVRdg

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