During a Twitter question and answer session, Conservative leadership candidate and current Foreign Secretary, Jeremy Hunt MP, said that enabling people to vote online in elections “must be possible”. Responding … Continue reading Conservative leadership candidate backs online voting for elections
The Conservative Party have pledged to “retain the traditional method of voting by pencil and paper” in their manifesto for the 2017 General Election as part of their plans to … Continue reading Conservatives pledge to “retain the traditional method of voting by pencil and paper”
Following the resignation of David Cameron in the aftermath of the EU referendum, the Conservative Party are to elect a new leader and Prime Minister for the United Kingdom. Similar … Continue reading Conservatives to elect next UK Prime Minister in online voting election
The UK Government has not ruled out introducing online voting for elections, according to the Constitutional Reform Minister, John Penrose MP. In an interview with the Local Government Chronicle, Mr … Continue reading UK Government ‘has not ruled out’ introducing online voting
Zac Goldsmith, MP for Richmond Park and North Kingston, has been elected as the Conservative Party’s candidate for London Mayor in 2016 in an online ballot. Goldsmith beat his rivals … Continue reading Zac Goldsmith wins online vote to be the Conservatives’ London Mayoral candidate
With just over two weeks to go until Scotland decides it’s future in the Independence Referendum, WebRoots Democracy has analysed the social media followings of the two official campaigns who … Continue reading Which Scottish #indyref campaign is leading on social media?