UKIP claim they have brought politics back to the people of Lichfield and Burntwood.
The party has been going around the constituency in a Renault Scenic shouting out reasons to vote UKIP over a tannoy system.
Hopwas, Fradley, Whittington and Boley Park were all stops on UKIP parliamentary candidate John Rackham’s campaign trail.
Branch chairman Peter Cope said the party were connecting with people all across Lichfield and Burntwood.
Mr Cope added: “Politicians must make politics more accessible to the people. Going out in the car was all about ensuring politics came back to public attention.
“While we were out and about getting our message across to ordinary men and women – our career politicians are sitting behind desks, and communicating through spokespeople.”
The UKIP spokesman claimed the party has the answers to Lichfield and Burntwood voters’ concerns.
He said: “Going out in the car is about opening the public’s eyes to the fact that UKIP is very serious about policies such as HS2 and defence spending.”
He also set out why UKIP worries about a Conservative or Labour government being elected on May 7.
“We’re fearful in regards to British jobs, our armed forces and the greenbelt under a Conservative or Labour government,” he said.
Mr Rackham believes it is essential to reach out to all areas of the constituency.
He said: “At this stage of the election campaign – it’s important that we talk to as many people as possible.
“I thought going out in the car and using the tannoy was a great way to spread the word.”
The candidates standing in the Lichfield constituency are:
- Andy Bennetts – Class War
- Michael Fabricant – Conservatives
- Robert Pass – Green Party
- John Rackham – UKIP
- Paul Ray – Lib Dem
- Chris Worsey – Labour