ERS council elections

1 Sep 2011

Making Votes Count - at the Electoral Reform Society.

Well our 2011 council election results are out. At the Society we aim to practice what we preach. We use the Single Transferable Vote (STV) to elect our governing council. And that's because STV makes votes count. It's hard to waste your vote under STV. You're not penalised if your preferred candidate doesn't win, and you can still have a say if your favourite has already crossed the winners line […]
31 Aug 2011

Reforming for the future

It’s been a important few weeks for the Society. Our new Council have been elected and we recently gathered with our members in London for our Annual General Meeting. For those of you who weren't able to attecnd the AGM we wanted to take this opportunity to fill you in on the latest developments at the Society. A New Look Society We know that reform has to start at home which is why since the […]
10 Aug 2011

The polls are open for our 2011 Council elections

We're delighted to announce that the polls are now open for the Electoral Reform Society's Council elections 2011. Electing the Council is an important opportunity - available only to members - to help shape and renew the Society as this is your chance to choose the individuals you want to represent your views and interests over the next two years. Please read the candidates’ election statements […]