Our polling station finder answers one of the most popular questions on election days in the UK.
The data we create is open and free to use. Google, Buzzfeed, The Guardian and others have used our data to reach millions of people.
A one-stop shop for everything voters need to know about their candidates. Used by 1.5m people since 2015.
Our members crowdsource data on every candidate for every election. We make it free and open for anyone to use..
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We know democracy can work better. We have an ambitious goal to provide accurate, non-partisan information on every election and candidate in the UK, unbiased and unfiltered. We need your help to make it happen. Join the club.
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It can be hard to find good information about election candidates online.
So Democracy Club has created the free, public database of UK election candidates. This powers websites like WhoCanIVoteFor.co.uk and several other voter information services.
We need your help to gather more information on the candidates for by-elections.
Check out the list of upcoming elections here and help add candidates’ photos, email addresses or social media accounts.
When searching for more information on candidates, local political party websites, Facebook and Twitter are a good place to start!
A recap of our Bath adventure, our work on improving Candidates and we’re collecting PPC data for GE20…19...?
In this Thursdayblog, we discuss what it would take to get to 100% coverage for the polling station finder, and ask what companies could do to boost voting. Cowabunga!
This week’s blog is dedicated to our planning for the year ahead. We plan our years around the election cycle, so end-of-May to end-of-May. (Yes, there might be a snap general, but hey, we’ll worry about that
when if it happens.)