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For specific enquiries you can find all our staff contact details here or check here to find a local group in your area.

For general enquiries and directions to our offices see details below.

We look forward to hearing from you.

General enquiries

T: 020 3714 4070 (9-5pm)
E: ers@electoral-reform.org.uk

Journalists should contact our media office.

Electoral Reform Society 2-6 Boundary Row London SE1 8HP Tel. 020 3714 4070
ERS Scotland, 12 South Charlotte St, Edinburgh, EH2 4AX Email: scotland@electoral-reform.org.uk Telephone: 0131624 9853.
ERS Wales, Baltic House Mount Stuart Square, Cardiff CF10 5FH Telephone: 02920 496 613
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