Salford BNP Candidate's On The Road
Activism in Salford is at it's peak. The RWB political report team can reveal that after a year of continuous campaigning the Salford British National Party Branch, have stepped up a notch for the final effort to secure more votes for the upcoming local and mayoral elections.
Over the past few weeks we have followed teams across the whole of Salford, in their bid to make the public aware of their chance to vote for the British National Party on a massive scale this year, and hopefully make a difference. Teams from all wards in Salford have bombarded houses with local, national and mayoral leaflets.The main focus being Irwell Riverside where RWB correspondent and Salford British National Party Organiser Gary Tumulty hopes to make a massive difference.
Gary took time out of his busy schedule to have a quick chat and tell us how it is going, "it's absolutely fantastic the response from the public is greater than ever. I have lost track of the amount of people who have approached us with housing issues. I have even had local black cab drivers come to me saying they were hardcore Lib Dem supporters until they heard Norman Owen say he was going to de-regulate taxis, and I can happily say we will receive their vote this year. so many thanks Norman on giving us that vote and humiliating yourself in the process. also Labour have dug their own grave this year, Ian Stewart refusing to share a platform with us has angered many of the public who deemed it as unfair and in fact quite childlike, one lady said he really needs to grow up.
Gary Tumulty Salford BNP Organiser
Gary then went on to tell us of the super campaign of his mayoral candidate Eddy O'Sullivan.. " bookies odds started the week at 20-1, they are now 16-1 lets see what they are by Thursday. as we are getting more and more support daily, only today whilst out canvassing in Irwell Riverside we were asked by around 10 people how they could become members and if they could come out leafleting with us as in there words they would love a British National Party Mayor and Councillor for their area".
Gary concluded by making this statement.
"I would like to say a massive thank you upfront to all the voters that have and will place there faith in us, Thank you to all activists that have helped us in this important time. Well done to all my members that are standing. Well done to Eddy for putting himself forward as our mayor candidate. And to the Labour party be warned, do not under estimate the British National Party, we will run you out of the city".