The State Secretary spent Monday at various locations in Western Norway. The first was Sollefteå, where he met BB-occupants and rescue services, then he stopped in the Arenaskolan in Timrå to meet teachers and as a conclusion there was a poll at Stora torget in Sundsvall.
Hundreds of interested listeners had tried to find out more about the message of Stefan Löfven and the Social Democrats, now that less than three weeks remain for the elections.
He began a shorter speech before joining the stage of the Pernilla Berg conference. She had a large number of questions that allowed visitors to the party's election center to enter the square.
The first question was perhaps the easiest: & # 39; How many years are you? & # 39;
This was followed by a series of topics, ranging from the elderly, social security to housing for young people.
After the meeting, Stefan Löfven received answers to media issues, including the current news about moderate members of parliament who posed with weapons on images on social media.
"Where is moderate leadership," he noted.
Aso Salim had the children Vanja and Arina listen to the prime minister.
– Very nice to hear him. He is a good guy, says Aso.
When Stefan Löfven summarized the meeting, he stated:
– Many people and good mood. I think that this model with a shorter number and then answering questions is good.
He also believes that he feels that there is a lot of fighting in the province and that he has confidence in the elections.
– Not least here in Western Norway, the party district that houses most members of the party. Here the door is right like that, "says Stefan Löfven.
Before he could get in the car to travel south, it was time for the now mandatory self-catering session.