European Parliament Elections 2009

Collection of around 200 Internet sites formed during and immediately after the European Parliament election campaign of 2009. It consists of a representative sample of Pan-European, national and regional political party sites, candidatesÂ’ campaign sites and blogs, manifestos of civil society organisations at national and European level, and comment from the traditional press, political analysts in academia, and individuals and communities sharing their thoughts online.

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  1. Civil Society Contact Group: European elections toolkit
  2. ComRes: European Elections Poll 17 May 2009
  3. CONCORD - European NGO Confederation for Relief and Development: the European Union and its responsibility in the world
  4. Conservative Party, The
  5. Conservatives.com: Members of the European Parliament
  6. Conservatives.com: Prospective European Parliamentary Candidates
  7. Conservatives in the European Parliament
  8. Council of European Municipalities and Regions (CEMR): CEMR launches three studies and a manifesto at its general assembly
  9. Countryside Alliance: Rural Manifesto
  10. Crewe and Nantwich Labour: European Elections June 4th 2009
  11. Daniel Dalton
  12. Dan in Warwickshire
  13. Democratic Unionist Party (DUP)
  14. Disability Votes Count
  15. East Midlands European Conservatives
  16. East of England European Conservatives
  17. Ecumenical Voices 2009
  18. Ed Maxfield- Campaign page
  19. ELDR Party: ELDR Manifesto
  20. Electoral Commission: Campaign Expenditure, January 2009

Sites (196)

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