Are you a blogger?

Are you a UK based blogger with a passion for social action? We’d love to connect!

We are an organisation which aims to help young adults make informed decisions when voting. It’s the local elections this May so we’re trying to make sure young people are informed and motivated to engage in the elections. We do this by proving unbiased information for free on our website. But we need your help to spread the word, there are a couple of ways you could help!

  • We would love to send you one of our Little Guides to Elections and Voting booklets, it’s a pocket-sized guide explaining everything you need to know about elections. They are a great intro to the wider content available on our website and perfect for talking about in blogs.
  • Another thing we are about to launch is a series of blogs called “I’m [Name], and politics affects me”, a series of blogs that aims to talk to ordinary, ‘non-political’ people from all walks of life, about how political decisions impact their life, such as funding for their sports clubs, the options available to them at school etc. If you would like to be interviewed please do get in touch!

We are a not for profit, we don’t make any money from the organisation and have next to no budget, so we are currently unable to pay for promotion. We are aware bloggers usually work for a fee, and rightfully so, but if you are genuinely passionate enough to get involved and help promote political engagement with us, then that would be amazing. We would of course promote any work you do with us on our social media channels.

If you would like to work with us please do get in touch via


Rachael Farrington

Hello! I founded Voting Counts back in 2014, when I was a sixth form student. I'm now studying Politics and History at University and run Voting Counts in my spare time.

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