VOTE: Manchester’s funniest election campaign 2014

The Tab’s rundown of the most jokes election slogans


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With elections going on this week our campus has been overrun by posters, banner and thousands of flyers all prompting us to ‘VOTE FOR (insert name/slogan)!”

It’s all very nearly over (voting closes tomorrow at 3pm), and you might have forgotten to give a shit so far.

But fear not – we’ve whittled it down to what we think are the best seven campaigns of this year. Now it’s your turn to decide who wins best campaign…

Are Harriet Potter’s magic slogans bewitching you?

“The girl who lived…for education”

Harriet Potter “The girl who lived…for education”

Campaign colours? Red, Black and Gold

Educations is…precious

Is Ellen McLaughlin’s trip down Sesame Street your cup of tea?

Who doesn't love the Muppets?

Who doesn’t love the Muppets?

Is Daniel Davis getting you to groove?

The new Kool & the Gang?

Will you be joining Rowan Mataram on her boat party?

All aboard!

All aboard!

How would you describe your campaign in three words? Happiness, confidence and support

Campaign colours? Calming and uplifting

Wellbeing is…all-round happiness and the ability to self-love

Is Conor McGurran monkeying about?

“Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it’s…Donkey Con?"

“Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it’s…Donkey Con?”

How would you describe your campaign in three words? Lenin, Trotsky, Marx

Campaign colours? Red and Yellow

Citizenship is… About participation in democracy and in wider Manchester community life. I think this will be particularly important in an election year.

Are you catching Jessica Lishak’s can do spirit?

Can she do it? Jess we’ll have to wait and see…

How would you describe your campaign in three words? Jess. We. Can

Campaign colours? Orange and Black

Being a Woman is…whatever you make make of it

Is Charlotte Cook frying the opposition?

A thyme-less campaign

A thyme-less campaign

How would you describe your campaign in three words? Experience. Knowledge Passion.

Campaign colours? Red, green, black Being

Gen Sec would be… an amazing opportunity to make change, support students and bring individuals into a team.