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Description: Campaigns for proportional representation and the Single Transferable Vote system in parliaments, assemblies and councils. Based in the UK, but information is applicable to other countries and to non-governmental bodies.
Some votes are worth 22 times more than others. Read our report, and find out how much your vote is worth Darren Hughes, 5th February 2014 Today is the first ever National Voter Registration Day – a fantastic initiative by Bite the Ballot to get as many (particularly younger) people on the electoral register as possible. A large number of schools, businesses, associations and volunteers are coming together in an attempt to get 250,000 new names registered to vote.   Today […]
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Page title:The Electoral Reform Society
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Description:The Electoral Reform Society is an independent campaigning organisation working to make politics better.