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The Society's members help to shape the organisation and determine its direction and future work. 

Our members come from many different backgrounds, with all age groups, political affiliations and regions represented.

As well as taking an active role in the Electoral Reform Society’s campaigning activities, members are also responsible for electing The Council.

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Would you like to help direct the future of the Electoral Reform Society? We offer our members a unique role in directing our campaigning and research activity and you will be the first to hear our latest campaign news and be offered the chance to attend seminars and events across the country.

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18th August 2014
Recent weeks have continued to see all sorts of handwringing and dark soothsaying about the state of representative democracy. Untrusted politicians, growing inequality and low election turnouts are just part of this sorry state.   So what is to be done?   A new report seems to point the way ahead for us here in […]
13th August 2014
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8th August 2014
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