Democracy Volunteers – Crowdfunder Launched

At 4pm today Democracy Volunteers launched a Crowdfunder (follow the link) to support their election observation for the next 12 months. 2016 has been a busy year already for the team having observed elections in Wales, Tooting and across the UK for the EU referendum. However, the observers are entirely voluntary and we need funds…

FINAL REPORT – Tooting By-election 16/06/16

Issued at 10:00 on Monday 4th July 2016. A team of 8 observers, registered with the UK’s Electoral Commission, made 104 separate observations in 58 different polling stations across the Tooting Parliamentary constituency. Each team was split into pairs to allow for objective observation and they then agreed their opinions of the electoral process before submitting…

INTERIM REPORT – Tooting By-Election 16/06/16

Issued at 22:00 on Thursday 16th June 2016. A team of 8 observers, registered with the UK’s Electoral Commission, made 103 separate observations in 58 different polling stations across the Tooting Parliamentary constituency. Each team was split into pairs to allow for objective observation and they then agreed their opinions of the electoral process before submitting data to the…

FINAL REPORT – South Wales Central 05/05/16

Issued at 13:00 on Wednesday 18th May 2016. This report covers the observation by a team of 28 observers, registered with the UK’s Electoral Commission. The observation made 239 separate observations in 223 different polling stations across the South Wales Central region of the National Assembly. These covered all three councils which make up the…

New Logo for Democracy Volunteers

As we progress into more regular observations and with the report for South Wales Central due out tomorrow we thought it was time to have a brand for the group. Liam Moran has designed this eye-catching logo which simultaneously expresses volunteering and the democratic process. We hope you like it.

Advanced Notice of Report on South Wales Central 18/05/16

Following the recent observation in three council areas in South Wales Central region of the National Assembly for Wales (Cardiff, Rhondda Cynon Taff and the Vale of Glamorgan) we will be publishing our report on Wednesday 18th May 2016 at 13:00. The report is based a series of questions that the observation team were asked…

National Assembly for Wales 05/05/16

Our team of 28 volunteer observers were in South Wales, observing the election across 3 council areas: Rhondda Cynon Taff, the Vale of Glamorgan and Cardiff. These three councils make up the South Wales Central region of the National Assembly for Wales. We will be publishing a full report about the election before the end…