Bernie Sanders is now ahead of Hillary Clinton in the Iowa and New Hampshire polls; he’s on the road to victory but needs our help even here in the UK. We’re ramping up our activities and there’s now going to be activities almost every day for the next few weeks.
I hope you can join us!
Thursday, January 14th – London – 18:30-19:30 Our weekly “surgery” in the Tinderbox Cafe, 1st floor above Paperchase, 213-215 Tottenham Court Rd., London. Come to pick up campaign materials, to ask questions, and to offer moral support.
Friday, January 15th – Oxford – 18:00 Light up the town for Bernie! Radcliffe Camera, Radcliffe Square. This Friday, all across the United States, supporters of Bernie Sanders are lighting up ‘Bernie’ signs to show their support for his campaign. Now Oxford is ‘feeling the Bern’ too! This family-friendly event is open to all. Bring along a glow stick or torch if you wish!
Saturday, January 16th – London – 11:00 In person flier / meet and greets. We want to concentrate on heavily American areas, and are looking first at St John’s Wood/Primrose Hill/Belsize Park/Hampstead (they’re not too far apart). We will start at St. John’s Wood Station. Come and join us!
Monday, January 18th – Oxford – There will be a free DAUK hosted screening of the Democratic Presidential debate at the Corpus Christi College auditorium. For more details, see our Facebook page.
Tuesday, January 19th – London – 19:00 Democratic Presidential debate at Sports Bar & Grill (Marylebone), Melcombe Place, London NW1 6JJ (nearest tube station: Marylebone). Tickets: £10 general; free for students/concessions: Click here to RSVP. If you’re claiming a free ticket, you must bring your student ID with you to the event. Only very few tickets are left so please make sure to book now.
Wednesday, January 20th – London – 18:30 Organizing meeting of the London Bernie Sanders campaign at Unite the Union, meeting room 4 (ground floor), 128 Theobalds Rd, London WC1X 8TN (nearest tube: Holborn). Come help us plan the next steps on Bernie Sanders’ campaign in the UK.
I hope to see you at some of these events in the next week.
In addition to all this activity, we’ll soon be able to report on our new t-shirts and on a very special film showing. And please check out our new website, especially the FAQ, which tells you what you need to know about voting for Bernie.