Tagged: Voting

Voter Fraud

Your vote is yours alone. In any election in the UK, your vote belongs to you. Whether you vote at a polling station, by post, or via a proxy, it’s your decision. It’s illegal for anyone...

Registering to vote anonymously

Typically when registering to vote, your name and address are added to the electoral register that can be viewed by anyone. However, for some people having this information made publicly available, it can put...

Scottish Council Elections 2017: Young Voters

The Electoral Commission recently published an excellent blog post exploring young adults’ attitude towards electoral participation following the Scottish Council Elections, where sixteen and seventeen year olds were able to vote for the first time.

Mental Health Patients and Voting

Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust has relaunched its campaign to encourage mental health patients and service users to register to vote and get their voice heard. However, they remain one of...

The Potential Power of Non-Voters

Election Maps UK is a really interesting twitter feed which collates data from elections into graphics. One of their recent tweets caught our eye. These graphics demonstrate the potential power of non voters.

ID to Vote?

The Government has announced plans to trial voter ID checks in polling stations in an attempt to prevent voter fraud.

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