How can I contact you?
Who's behind this site?
MyDavidCameron.com was built by website designer Clifford Singer. The website is voluntary and unfunded, and not linked to any political party. Whether you are Labour, Liberal Democrat, Green, Respect, or something so obscure that we've never even heard of you – you're welcome here, as, of course, are members of no party at all.
What? You're unfunded? I was just about to send you a huge donation.
By all means donate, but donate to Oxfam's Haiti earthquake appeal instead.
Will there be a prize for the best poster?
How successful have you been?
We had 90,000 unique visitors in our first two weeks – see the statistics and media coverage pages for details. We won the Orange Digital Election Award for "Funniest Use of Digital Media" (although we thought we deserved "Most Profound Use of Digital Media").
Did you design the first Cameron spoof?
No, that accolade goes to Go Fourth.
Isn't this just negative campaigning?
Not in the usual sense of spreading slurs about politicians' personal lives; we've tried to keep the humour fairly gentle – in contrast, say, to some of the vicious right-wing attacks over Gordon Brown's sight impairment disability. There is also a real and valid case for challenging the Conservative politics of "and" – see the links on the home page. You can't promise massive public spending cuts and suggest everything is going to be fine – at least not without a lot of airbrushing. As some of our posters make clear (though perhaps not the Elvis one), making massive cuts during a recession is entirely mistaken – see economist David Blanchflower for more.
We do agree, however, that it's not enough just to criticise the other side – you need to put forward positive policies. But that's a task for parties, organisations and other websites.
And finally – and we apologise to any detractors who may have missed this – this site is not in fact entirely serious. That image of the dalek? We're not really suggesting that Cameron plans to exterminate the entire human race. (George Osborne, on the other hand...)
Is it true that your founder is "an eccentric figure with a history of quixotic attacks from the left"?
Ah, you've been reading "leading right-wing blogger" Guido Fawkes. Very disappointing. Guido, while complaining of negative campaigning, demonstrates Clifford's eccentricity with a photo of him with his children (cropped out), in Halloween fancy dress. But he who lives by the airbrush... and the blurry image has done wonders for Clifford's wrinkles.
Guido has also been getting excited that our DIY template – wrongly attributed to the Labour Party – features a Cameron who is even more touched-up than in the original Conservative poster. He calls his story an "exclusive". We thought it was obvious. Guido's next exclusive: we altered this image too. Nevertheless, as this site is all about choice, we are pleased to announce a new extended range of templates to suit all tastes.