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ERS members

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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Recent News
17th November 2014
Turnout has been in the news once again, with a report from the Political and Constitutional Reform Committee advocating bank holidays on election days, votes at 16 and other structural changes to increase turnout. Structural and institutional changes are, of course, a vital component of making it easier and more desirable to vote. Yet, voting […]
14th November 2014
Today the Political and Constitutional Reform Committee has published an excellent report, Voter engagement in the UK. It sets out a series of recommendations on how to re-engage people in our representative democracy. We gave evidence to the Committee earlier in the year, and we’re delighted to see some of our recommendations taken forward.   Voter disengagement is […]
5th November 2014
This is a guest post by Shelly Naughton. The views, opinions and positions expressed within are those of the author alone and do not represent those of the Electoral Reform Society.   When I woke up yesterday I was full of Manc. Manc to the brim, with a big smile, and then some. The day before we […]