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

Collect data on election candidates

Time required: Ten minutes

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.

We need your help to gather the names and contact details of the candidates.

Check out the list of upcoming elections here. Add candidates and if possible, their photos, email addresses or social media accounts.

Local newspapers, local political party websites, facebook and twitter are a good place to start!

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Our Blog

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,, over the general election.

Vox User Vox Dei: GE2019

In which we review the 4,000 comments left by the users of Where Do I Vote? during the General Election.

The One Where It's 2020

A new year! We have May 2020's elections in our sights...

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