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30 April 2015

Election 2015: Ask the Alliance

Election 2015: Ask the Alliance

Do you have any questions about politics? Is there a part of the political system that you're unsure of, or something about Parliament that you don't understand?

Now is your chance to have all your queries answered; we are giving you a chance to pick the brains of our election experts next week.

Amelia Abplanalp and Danny Webster will be taking your questions on Tuesday, 5 May, from 12pm to 2pm during our web chat.

You can post your questions on the Evangelical Alliance Facebook page, or via Twitter, by sending your tweet to @EAUKnews with the hashtag #ShowUp.

Our advocacy team will be waiting to answer any of your questions with only a few restrictions set out in the guidelines below.

Log on in your lunch break and brush up on your politics before casting your vote on Thursday, 7 May 2015.

DO ASK:

  • How to vote
  • Why you should vote
  • What various parties promise on issues that matter to evangelicals
  • About the role of MPs and Parliament
  • What might happen if no party wins a majority

DON'T ASK:

  • Our opinions on who you should vote for
  • Who we are going to vote for
  • About specific constituency or local issues (best to take those to your local candidates who will be better advised to help you)

For more information about the general election ahead of our web chat, visit the Alliance's election website election2015.eauk.org, or read the politics special idea magazine here.