You've come to the right place
You’ve come to the right place. Political advertising is complex, but we’ve got simple answers to commonly asked questions. And, if we can’t help, we can point you in the right direction.
Getting messages to voters is a big part of the democratic process. It’s important that political parties and campaigners are able to communicate with you to explain their views and policies, so that you’re informed when you vote. But digital campaigning brings new challenges, and we know that the lack of transparency it can bring is a concern for voters.
We want to help you understand who is paying to influence your vote. We want you to be confident about political ads you see online, to understand who is targeting you and why. And we want you to know when you can take action if you see something that concerns you.
So, let’s start with a simple question.
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- Northern Ireland Assembly election
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- Senedd Cymru/Welsh Parliament election
- UK Parliamentary general election
- UK wide