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We think hustings — or debates between election candidates — are particularly valuable in helping people to meet and learn about their candidates.
We can help improve turnout at hustings events by listing and advertising them via our Who Can I Vote For? website— but only if they exist!
There often aren’t many hustings for local elections, so let’s change that! We could start by writing a quick guide to How To Run A Hustings.
Think about how to arrange it, advertise it, run it on the night and record it. Keep an eye out for tools like sli.do to help crowdsource questions.
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