Political Promise

Political Promise Celebrates Six Months

In Uncategorized on July 8, 2010 at 11:28 am

By Charlie Edwards

Today, we celebrate six months of Political Promise. The mission was to spread the message of the young generation across the internet, to show society that we are far more politically literate than assumed. In six months, we have posted 148 times, on topics ranging from grime music to the hung Parliament, from Burma to Haiti. We have had some fabulous contributors, many of whom have gone on to bigger and better things. 32 people have written posts for Political Promise, and I hope over the next six months, there will be 32 more. I think we have gone a long to way to achieve these aims, and can only continue to do so with your support.

If there are ways we could make this service better, please tell us. If you want to submit an article or get in touch, email me at charlieedwards001@yahoo.co.uk.

And finally, if you have a spare two minutes, please vote for us in the upcoming Total Politics Best Blogs Poll. I have voted, please vote Political Promise too!

Click here to vote in the Total Politics Best Blogs Poll 2010

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  3. YYEEOOOO!!!

    Think I managed 8 articles in those 6 months so that’s not bad. Here’s to the next 8! Thanks for being awesome and setting up the best Political blog on the Planet Charleton. Everyone from Big Dave Cameron to Tony Benn would be proud.

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