There’s an interesting selection of pieces by assorted literati of various inclinations to be found at this link to the Guardian’s site: How Writers Vote
The one that particularly caught my eye is that by Richard Holloway, former Episcopalian bishop and now much more than that.
Holloway describes himself as “an agnostic who has decided to vote yes”. The moral is that, as with all elections, it’s a mistake to target only the most committed; success comes with making converts to your cause.
His last paragraph sums things up neatly and covers some of the same ground as I tried to in my Whose Loaf Is It Anyway? post, though rather more succinctly.