It has been a very hectic campaign here in Oxford West & Abingdon for weeks. We were already getting a tremendous response from local voters even before the first TV debate, and it has got even busier since.
I can't remember an election like it since 1997 when we got Evan in for the first time, and with the ease of email we are now being flooded with even more offers of help, poster requests, Garden Poster sites etc.
Two days ago we completely ran out of boards, and we had quite a big stock to start with!
During the last few days things have got even busier.
Online donations are pouring in (from here) and we are getting requests for Garden Posters at about twice the rate we can possibly get them up.
Because the extremists have attacked.
As many readers of blogs like this one will know, Evan is a pretty straightforward politician who goes out and argues for what he believes to be right.
Like the majority of people, he believes that scientists and researchers should be allowed to conduct properly regulated medical research within the law without facing threats of violence against them and their children.
As a result he is facing this.
Like the majority of people, he believes that competent adults with terminal illnesses facing pain and misery should have right to ask for assistance if they want to die with some dignity.
As a result he is facing this.
Both leaflets are riddled with inaccuracies and untruths and misrepresent Evan's views on many of the issues mentioned.
Now I happen to agree with Evan on most issues, but I am happy to accept that some people don't. Evan has always been more than willing to debate these issues with just about anyone and always does so by putting a reasoned and rational case.
The former Bishop of Oxford, Lord Harries, has responded to the leaflets by saying:
"I have worked with Evan on social issues in Oxford, in Parliament on legislation, and outside Parliament on ethical issues.
"We do not always agree, but he takes a responsible and intelligent position on what are always divisive and controversial matters to do with the beginning and end of life.
"I greatly respect him as a Parliamentarian"
I understand that there are people who honestly believe that life starts at conception and that abortion is the equivalent of murder. I disagree with them, but I believe they should have the right to state their views and campaign to change the law, which is what most of them do.
But to produce and distribute leaflets tagging someone with the nickname 'Dr Death' - a name usually associated with Nazi torturers and serial killers - is simply disgusting.
And the really good thing is that the vast majority of local voters seem to agree.
We have had a flood of emails and phone messages backing Evan, including many from mainstream Christians.
Donations are flooding in as a direct result of these smear leaflets and several people have said the leaflets have firmed up their vote for Evan.
If you would like to help defend Evan against attacks like these, please go here and donate.