28 April 2012
Less than 1 week...
Greater London Needs Boris & Boris Needs You!
With less than one week to go until Polling Day, Boris urgently needs your help to secure Greater London's future. On 3 May voters will face the choice of a better future - or a return the past.
Boris's 9 point plan to secure Greater London's future cuts waste at City Hall, reduces council tax, creates 200,000 new jobs, protects green space, invests in transport, cuts tube delays and ensures a true Olympic legacy.
And now, more than ever, we need to make the investment that will grow the economy and create jobs. For Greater London. For the future.
There will be plenty of opportunities to join Boris on the campaign trail, so sign up today!
Twitter Q&A reaches 1 million
On Thursday night Boris did a live Twitter Q&A, answering 23 questions over the course of 40 minutes. Topics ranged from transport, tackling crime in the capital and what Boris has done for the outer boroughs to whether Boris likes Marmite (yes) and if he'll continue to engage with Londoners through social media ("You betcha. There will be no 'retweet' from social media while I'm Mayor!")
During the Q&A #AskBoris was the top trending topic within the UK and got as high as fourth worldwide, clearly showing the power of Twitter to help a candidate get their message across.
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This week Boris visited Croydon, Sutton, Bromley, Lambeth, Camden, Enfield and Redbridge.
Over the next six days Boris will be pounding the pavements to get his message out to Londoners, taking his 9 point plan to secure Greater London's future to even more people.
As he takes to the streets for the final days of campaigning, we'll be digitally documenting his journey across Greater London. So follow us on Twitter, Facebook, Flickr and our campaign timeline for all the latest updates.
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