David was out and about meeting voters, shopkeepers and businesspeople, and was very well received.
The people he stopped and spoke to were impressed with his warmth, enthusiasm and professionalism, and there were a fair few won over for the cause. Many were enthusiastically embracing the SNP as a vibrant alternative to the old, tired, shadow that the Labour party has become. One woman on Duke Street, who wasn't even registered to vote, will now be taking up her democratic right for the first time in many years after realising that she can vote to move her country forward to independence.
I intend to keep blogging on the progress of the campaign in addition to the usual political and ward news. If you'd like to help, information is available on the blog http://snpforglasgownortheast.blogspot.com/ or join the facebook group.
Incidentally, Calum has a good post on Labour Party's fear of elections.