Category Archives: Public Awareness Plan

Younger or More Recent British Expatriates – Register to Vote in UK Elections

The importance of still eligible British expatriates continuing to vote in UK elections is demonstrated by the Electoral Commission’s concern at the opportunity for fraud in an evolving  multi-cultural society, in which you should also have a democratic say in its future … Continue reading

Posted in +5 million British Expats Abroad, All EU Brits Need Voice, Anomaly of Voteless Expat Brits in EU, Expat Vote in 2015, Expat Voter Registration, Improving Overseas Reg/voting Rates, Public Awareness Plan, Vote in UK Elections, Voting Rights, Younger Generation Voters | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Overseas Voters: Electoral Commission’s Public Awareness Plan

The Electoral Commission has reported to the Parliamentary Parties Panel (PPP) on 20th November, 2013 the results of a consultation into boosting the registration of overseas electors. As a potential overseas voter (not disqualified by the 15-year-rule), shouldn’t you make … Continue reading

Posted in +5 million British Expats Abroad, Electoral Commission, Expat Vote in 2015, Improving Overseas Reg/voting Rates, Low Turnout - Not No Vote, Low Turnouts: both UK & US, Proactive Overseas Voter Registration, Public Awareness Plan, Why bother to vote | 6 Comments