The Greens will round off an innovative common campaign by continuing to put Europeans at the centre of the final phase. People come first in our politics and we're putting people first in our campaign. We've shown that pan-European activism and engagement is working. Our campaign video isn't just politicians talking about their issues. It’s people from across Europe talking about the changes that they want to see. The video – What kind of Europe do you want? – can be found here.
When they head to the polling stations, we want to make sure voters have all the information they need on why to vote Green. From 22 to 25 May you can #AskTheGreens any questions you have about our vision for how Europe can and must do better. On the 22 and 23 May you can ask your questions directly to José Bové using #AskJosé, while on May 24 and 25 you can use #AskSka. It’s the first time a question hub like this has been organised on a European level.
A core part of our campaign has been involving people online. For the last phase of our campaign, we'll continue to focus on engaging with European voters through social media. Every day we'll publish a reason to vote Green on our Facebook page, while from Thursday we'll feature a competition for Green campaign posters created by the 15,000 people who actively engage with us online every day. The poster that gets the most likes will win an opportunity to meet other Greens from across Europe in Istanbul in November.
Our campaign is proud to put the people of Europe first. From 22 to 25 May, we're asking them to Change Europe, Vote Green.