Lorna’s video blog
Starting at 103 days to go to the Holyrood 2021 elections, Green candidate Lorna Slater records her thoughts through the campaign.
This month, all eyes were on COP26 in Glasgow with Green Councillors taking part in a variety of associated events, including the massive demonstration…
It’s looking like we’re on track to double our MSPs, that – and a good nights sleep – is a boost for the last…
With media coverage going well, it’s time to focus on getting the vote out.
Radio and TV interviews, manifesto launch, hustings – one day deep in the heart of the campaign.
A bit of a breather for Lorna ahead of the game-changing election week in four weeks time.
Engender’s women’s hustings couldn’t have been more different to last week’s leaders’ debate.
On BBC Leaders’ Debate this week…
A whistle-stop tour through some recent Green wins in the Scottish Parliament.
Lorna looks up Patrick on Question Time – not bad!
Scary stuff this – Lorna muses over the prospect of her first debate on air.
Lorna’s been invited to give a guest lecture for students at Napier University.
Our planet is facing a climate catastrophe, the stress of getting our message across on TV so that people vote Green is enormous.
Not everyone is able to take the time off work needed to be a candidate.
Two exciting events this week: Scotland’s Citizen’s Assembly is presenting their final report, and the first of a series of Bright Green debates.
Thousands of emails come to candidates, asking if they’ll give their support to campaigns if they’re elected. So how to manage these?
The theme of this week is rest! Before the campaign gets going in earnest, Lorna’s making the most of a week without meetings.
Lorna answers her mum…
How much easier commuting for Edinburgh-based MSPs
At a members’ meeting last night on campaigning during Covid 19.
Lorna starts off this video blog thinking about polling and the possibility of becoming an MSP.