CAMPAIGNERS hoping to win the hearts and minds of voters ahead of December’s congestion charge referendum have turned to the internet to hammer home their message.

The Yes Campaign, which is urging people to vote in a congestion charge of up to £5 a day so Greater Manchester can get a public-transport overhaul of up to £3 billion. The cash would be a mixture of grants and loans from the Government.

It has launched its own page on popular social-networking website Facebook, which has gathered several thousand members. Visit for details.