Our polling station finder provides a platform that can answer one of the most Googled terms on election days in the UK: "Where do I vote".
The data we create is open and free-to-use. Google, Buzzfeed, The Guardian and more have used our data to reach millions.
Used by over 1.5 million people to date and bringing together all of our other projects, WhoCanIVoteFor tells UK voters about their elections, candidates, polling stations, press mentions and more.
We crowd source all the candidates in all UK elections, and provide them as an API and data feed.
We've developed a standard, with community input, on how to refer to elections in the UK. We hope these standard IDs will make it easier to build tools for voters.
Use MPCV to read the CV of your candidates, or ask them to make it public so you can decide if you should give them a job.
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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.
Election Mentions presents press articles that we think are relevant in an attractive and simple list, facilitating further research, and ultimately helping to inform your vote. You can also add articles you find for other people to read.
MeetYourNextMP was a project run in 2015 to crowdsource a list of public hustings events (where candidates take questions from a local audience).