Four ways to follow Luke on social media
I believe politicians need to be more open, transparent and accountable. That's one of the reasons why I am a big fan of using social media as part of my campaign. Social media is a good way of letting people see what I'm doing in real time, ask questions, watch videos, interact and share stories and pictures from my campaign.
Like my page on Facebook
Every Sunday at 7pm I have a weekly Facebook Live Q&A on my page. Ask my anything. I think this is a good way to encourage more openness and transparency in our politics. If elected on 8 June I will continue my weekly Facebook Q&A so you have a regular chance to ask me questions. All my Facebook Live Q&A videos are on my Facebook page to watch back.
Follow me on Twitter
Twitter is a brilliant way of keeping track of what I'm up to. I tweet about what I am doing, the stuff I'm reading and things I'm generally interested in. I try to respond to all questions and tweets - sometimes by Direct Message - so make sure you're following me if you want to ask a question so I can DM back. If your question doesn't fit in 140 characters please email me firstname.lastname@example.org
Follow me on Instagram
I post a picture from my campaign every day on Instagram. Like a picture or add a comment on any of the content.
Watch Plymouth Labour's videos on YouTube
I've been recording videos on YouTube for years. I think YouTube is a really good way of communicating what I am getting up to. You can watch the videos on the Plymouth Labour YouTube channel here. Remember to subscribe so you don't miss any new content.