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3rd May 2012
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3 May 2012
Tags: 
vote
local election
mayor
uk

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Event:

Elections 2012

Venue:
UK
Starts:
10:00pm
Ends:
06:00am

On May 3 2012, people across the UK have the chance to vote in local council elections and elections for the Mayor of London and London Assembly.

14th April 2012
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14 Apr 2012
Tags: 
bite the ballot
youth
vote
london
election

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Event:

Bite the Ballot Voter Registration Rally

Venue:
Ministry of Sound, London
Starts:
12:00pm
Ends:
05:00pm

Bite the Ballot, Spirit Of London Awards, UpRise and media partner Community Channel's London360 are giving you the opportunity to be part of the biggest voting Registration Rally for young people in the UK, in the run up to the London Mayoral Elections on May 3rd 2012.

The Ministry of Sound in London will host a day of inspiration and edutainment with special guest speakers, artists, dancers, comedians, celebrities and most importantly young Londoners!

The level of disengagement and frustration among young people is at an all time high in the UK. This groundbreaking event aims to inspire and increase the youth vote in the upcoming London Mayoral elections. We want to empower the younger generation to be an active part of our democracy and realise the power of their vote to create the changes they need and want.

Follow event news on #YouthVoteLondon or visit www.bitetheballot.co.uk

17th January 2012
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17 Jan 2012
Tags: 
individual electoral registration
young people
youth
vote
london
voter registration
bite the ballot
shm foundation
electoral reform society
missing millions

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Event:

'What's it got to do with us? Individual Electoral Registration and the youth vote'

Venue:
House of Commons, Committee Room 2A
Starts:
11:00am
Ends:
01:00pm

Bite the Ballot, the SHM Foundation and the Electoral Reform Society have organised a unique roundtable meeting to hear empowered young voters debating the government’s proposals for Individual Electoral Registration.

If you would like to attend please contact us at ers@electoral-reform.org.uk