FINAL REPORT – Brecon and Radnorshire Parliamentary By-election 01/08/19

A team of 6 observers registered with, and accredited by, the UK’s Electoral Commission made 37 separate observations out of the 93 different polling stations in the Brecon and Radnorshire Parliamentary Constituency. Each observation was conducted in pairs to allow for objective observation, following which the two observers agreed their opinions of the electoral process before submitting data … Continue reading FINAL REPORT – Brecon and Radnorshire Parliamentary By-election 01/08/19

PRELIMINARY STATEMENT – Brecon and Radnorshire Parliamentary By-election 01/08/19

Democracy Volunteers has today conducted observations across the Brecon and Radnorshire parliamentary constituency. Given the high level of interest in the by-election, Democracy Volunteers deployed a team of six experienced observers across the constituency. The observers, working in teams of two visited 37 of the 93 polling stations, staying between 30 and 45 minutes in … Continue reading PRELIMINARY STATEMENT – Brecon and Radnorshire Parliamentary By-election 01/08/19

FINAL REPORT – Peterborough Parliamentary By-election 06/06/19

A team of 4 observers registered with, and accredited by, the UK’s Electoral Commission made 23 separate observations across 49 different polling stations in the Peterborough Parliamentary Constituency. This constituted approximately half of the polling stations in the area, bearing in mind some polling stations have dual arrangements for two polling districts. Each observation was conducted in pairs … Continue reading FINAL REPORT – Peterborough Parliamentary By-election 06/06/19

PRELIMINARY STATEMENT – Peterborough Parliamentary By-election 06/06/19

Democracy Volunteers has today conducted observations across the Peterborough parliamentary constituency. Given the high level of interest in the by-election, Democracy Volunteers deployed a team of four experienced observers across the constituency. The observers, working in teams of two, visited 23 polling stations, staying between 30 and 45 minutes in each. In each observation, our … Continue reading PRELIMINARY STATEMENT – Peterborough Parliamentary By-election 06/06/19

FINAL REPORT – Newport West Parliamentary By-election 04/04/19

A team of 6 observers registered with, and accredited by, the UK’s Electoral Commission made 45 separate observations across the 55 different polling stations in the Newport West Parliamentary Constituency. This constituted approximately 82% percent of the polling stations in the area. Each observation was conducted in pairs to allow for objective observation following which … Continue reading FINAL REPORT – Newport West Parliamentary By-election 04/04/19

PRELIMINARY STATEMENT (UPDATED) – Newport West Parliamentary By-election 04/04/19

Democracy Volunteers deployed six observers across the Newport West constituency for today’s parliamentary by-election. The teams worked in teams of two to monitor and report on the polling day operation. In general, the polling staff were welcoming and engaged well with the deployment of independent observers. The team attended 42 polling stations across the constituency … Continue reading PRELIMINARY STATEMENT (UPDATED) – Newport West Parliamentary By-election 04/04/19

INTERIM REPORT – Lewisham East Parliamentary By-election 14/06/18

A team of 4 observers registered with, and accredited by, the UK’s Electoral Commission, made 38 separate observations in 36 different polling stations across the Lewisham East Parliamentary Constituency. This constituted approximately 88% percent of the polling stations in the area. Each observation was conducted in pairs to allow for objective observation and they then agreed their opinions of the electoral … Continue reading INTERIM REPORT – Lewisham East Parliamentary By-election 14/06/18

INTERIM REPORT – Stoke-on-Trent Central By-election 23/02/17

A team of 3 observers, registered with the UK’s Electoral Commission, made 29 separate observations in 23 different polling stations across the Stoke-on-Trent Central parliamentary constituency. This constituted all of the polling stations in the area. Each observation in conducted in pairs to allow for objective observation and they then agreed their opinions of the electoral process before submitting data to the central … Continue reading INTERIM REPORT – Stoke-on-Trent Central By-election 23/02/17