On this page you can read about working in partnership with the Electoral Commission and which organisations we already partner with.
Working in partnership is a powerful way to help raise awareness about voter registration.
A wide range of public, private and voluntary organisations are already doing fantastic work to spread the word about registration. Your organisation can join them.
The collective aim is simple – making sure as many people as possible are registered to vote and don't miss out on their opportunity to make their voice heard.
Working in partnership is particularly important when reaching those people who are least likely to be registered to vote – such as young people, BME communities, students, home-movers and those living in private rented accommodation.
Interested in supporting our May 2017 voter registration and information campaign? Download our resources now.
If your organisation would like to get involved, please email us for more information.
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Spreading the word
Here are some practical ideas of how you can spread the word about voter registration.
- Website and blog – You can highlight information via your website or other communication channels such as your blog, newsletter, e-bulletin, intranet or publications.
- Social media – Why not tweet or post about it on your Facebook page using our images or infographics.
- Use our posters – We have web and print-ready posters that you can download to put in your local community venue or even staff kitchen.
- Events – Events or conferences you are hosting or participating in can be a good way of reaching new audiences.
- Staff engagement – Let your staff know by dropping a few lines into your staff bulletin or promote it at a staff event.
- Joint activity – Talk to us! We are happy to work together to develop joint activities such as sharing press release quotes, highlighting case studies provided by partners or spreading the word about local registration drives through our communication channels.