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We build digital tools to support everyone’s participation in UK democracy. Our services are trusted by organisations in government, charities and the media, and have reached millions of people since 2015.

Who Can I Vote For?

A one-stop shop for everything voters need to know about their candidates. Used by 2.5m people since 2015.

Where Do I Vote?

Our polling station finder answers one of the most popular questions on election days in the UK.

Candidates Wiki

Our members crowdsource data on every candidate for every election. We make it free and open for anyone to use.

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Quests

Democracy needs you! Join thousands of people helping to make democracy better by completing small quests.

Find contact details and websites for political parties' local branches

Time required: Ten minutes

People are looking online for information about their election candidates. This is sometimes hard to find, particularly at local elections.

Typically, there is more information available about local branches of political parties, which nominate most of the candidates.

So please help us complete this spreadsheet with information on those branches!

We’ll add this information to our candidate pages, so as to help people learn more before they vote.

Help out

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Our Blog

Democracy Postponed

In which we address some extraordinary times.

2,703 Future Councillors

We add up all the seats to be elected in May, and Joe gets to chat to the House of Lords.

Spreadsheets! Get your spreadsheets!

The Grand Opening of some new(ish) spreadsheets — all to help voters at the May 2020 elections. Plus, try SuperWidget2!

It's election season again!

We're now crowdsourcing candidate data for May's elections — join in! Plus a plug for NotWestminster and we want your feedback on our feedback questions.

The Users Strike Back: GE2019, part 2

In this week’s blog, in a sequel to the very popular Last Week’s Blog, we analyse the feedback left on our candidate-lookup website, WhoCanIVoteFor.co.uk, over the general election.

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