George Osborne: One day left to change our country

In the conservatives on May 5, 2010 at 18:19

via email:

Tomorrow we have the chance to change Britain for the better. But this election is very close and we need all the support you can give in the time that’s left to make that happen.

We have just 24 hours to choose a new government led by David Cameron and save Britain from five more years of Gordon Brown. Only by voting Conservative tomorrow will you get a new government that starts cleaning up the mess on Friday. A vote for the Lib Dems is a vote for five more years of Gordon Brown.

William Hague sent you this video yesterday about the last thirteen years under this Labour government. If you can think of any friends who need to be reminded about their record of failure, please click here to send this on to them.

WATCH: 13 years of Labour

David’s energy, leadership and values have really shone through in this campaign. As I write, he has been on the campaign trail for almost 36 hours non-stop, right through the night. Nobody has campaigned harder than him.

During this political marathon he has travelled across England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland, and done an overnight bus tour to talk to groups of night shift workers. His final rally speech will be in Bristol at 6.30pm, so don’t forget to watch it on TV.

This tour shows that this campaign is all about winning door by door, street by street, constituency by constituency – and we need you to get out there and fight for every last vote.

But if you’re not able to get out onto the streets or do some telephone canvassing, you can still do you bit online to make a difference. As well as forwarding this email on, please tell your friends on Facebook and Twitter why you are voting Conservative, and please donate online to pay for last minute leaflets and online adverts.

The election moment we have been waiting for these last thirteen years is upon us. Together, if we work hard, we really can bring the change Britain needs.

Thank you,

George Osborne's signature

George Osborne
Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer

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