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The Electoral Reform Society (ERS) is an independent society leading the campaign for your democratic rights.

Frequently Asked Questions

The Electoral Reform Society is a campaign organisation. We have no powers as an electoral ombudsman or investigator, and we are not in a position to offer electoral legal advice.

Can the ERS run a ballot for my organisation?

No, the Electoral Reform Society does not run ballots or elections of any kind.

As a journalist, who should I contact?

Please contact the Press Office. If you would like to be added to our media list please email us at mediaoffice@electoral-reform.org.uk with contact details and the type of information you are interested in.

How can I help the campaign?

You can become a member of the Society and support our work or sign a petition for one of our campaigns.

How do I make changes to my ERS membership?

If you would like to update your details, increase your contribution or cancel your ERS membership, please email ers@electoral-reform.org.uk or call 0203 967 1884.

Can you review my electoral system?

Unfortunately, the Electoral Reform Society cannot offer appraisals on new electoral systems or constitutional designs.

Does the ERS offer work experience or internship opportunities?

The Society does not currently offer any work experience or internship opportunities. But if you are interested in working with us in the future, please do take a look at the Lakeman Fellow scheme.

Contact Details

Electoral Reform Society, 15 Blue Lion Place London SE1 4PUERS Scotland 12 South Charlotte St Edinburgh EH2 4AX ERS Cymru, Cardiff Bay/ Suite 5 Platform Hemingway Road Cardiff CF10 5LS
ers@electoral-reform.org.uk 0203 967 1884scotland@electoral-reform.org.uk cymru@electoral-reform.org.uk 02922 749326

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