This leaflet comes from the January 1910 General Election. It helps to illustrate the novelty of the motor car at the time, which could be used as a way of encouraging people to vote. The candidate concerned, one Oscar Bowen for Labour, stood in Stratford-on-Avon and lost by 1,667 votes to the Conservative and Unionist candidate.
The Labour History Archive & Study Centre has over 80 boxes of material relating to General Elections from around 1910 to 2001.
Sent out approximately every two months.