Monday, 25 April 2016 05:48

SNP launches new billboard campaign

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 The SNP has today launched a new billboard campaign as the Holyrood elections enter the final full week of campaigning.

 With voters casting postal ballots and deciding who they will vote for the billboard adverts will be appearing this week at sites across Scotland.

 The billboard features an image of Nicola Sturgeon with the heading “Don’t just hope for a better Scotland, vote for one”

 SNP Campaign Director John Swinney said:

 “There are just ten full days of campaigning left before the polls open and voters will have the chance to choose their government and to decide who they want to be First Minister.

 “The SNP campaign will be working right up to the last minute to earn voters trust and show that we are the only party with the strength, the unity and the vision to take Scotland forward and that in Nicola Sturgeon we have the only credible candidate for First Minister.

 “We have set a bold, ambitious and transformative vision for Scotland and by using both votes for the SNP on May 5th people can vote for a better Scotland.”

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