Malcolm Clark · October, 2008

Political campaigner, focusing on making votes count and citizen engagement issues in the UK. Interested in lessons we can learn from these elections; especially use of the web, grassroots mobilisation and electoral strategy. My blog,, began as a way of reporting my experiences at the Democratic Convention. Life before becoming so engrossed in politics included living in Tanzania; working for a Fairtrade chocolate company; and completing British Council's Interaction leadership programme.

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Latest posts by Malcolm Clark from October, 2008

UK: The Unlikely Bandwagon of Conservatives for Obama

Historically, the UK's Conservatives ties to the Republicans have been strong. This year's US election is anything but business as usual. Malcolm Clark brings us the latest buzz from the United Kingdom. What are Conservatives saying about Senators Barack Obama and John McCain? And what has the Alaska Governor Sarah Palin's nomination got to do with it?