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How to Vote

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Raise Your Voice

www.raiseyourvoice.wales is a dedicated space where young people can find out more about democracy in Wales, including how to vote, what the different political parties stand for and how politics affects their everyday lives.
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Raise Your Voice (Cymraeg)

Mae www.codadylais.cymru yn safle pwrpasol i bobl ifanc gael mwy o wybodaeth am ddemocratiaeth yng Nghymru, gan gynnwys sut i bleidleisio, dros beth mae'r gwahanol bleidiau gwleidyddol yn sefyll a sut mae gwleidyddiaeth yn effeithio ar eu bywydau bob dydd.
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Who Can I Vote For?

WhoCanIVoteFor is a simple tool which allows UK voters to see lists of candidates in upcoming elections using only their postcode.
Posters and Flyers

Election Posters

The Election Toolkit has been designed for you and your students to explore the process of voting and elections. It’s a handy all-in-one kit to help you run your own election. It includes most of the props you will need.
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Accessible Voting Webinar with Ambitious About Autism

My Vote My Voice partnered with Ambitious About Autism for their About Our Future webinars. Hosted by Abi, the Ambitious Youth Network heard from the Electoral Commission and Emma Lewell-Buck MP for South Shields and James Daly MP for Bury North.
Worksheets

Local Election Practice Ballot Paper

We believe voting and elections should be accessible to everyone. That’s why we worked with the Electoral Commission and the Cabinet Office to create easy read guides and practice ballot papers. The guide includes a practice voting slip and uses simple language and images to help explain the voting process in easy-to-follow steps.
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Voting Counts Website

Voting Counts explains the importance of engaging in elections, answering the key questions you have about your vote. Established 2014, as seen on the BBC.
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Voting Systems

This resource contains a table summarising the key points of voting systems used within the UK and in Europe, as well as ideas about how to encourage students to analyse their purpose, benefits and limitations.
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Voting Systems (Cymraeg)

This resource contains a table summarising the key points of voting systems used within the UK and in Europe, as well as ideas about how to encourage students to analyse their purpose, benefits and limitations.
Practitioner Guide and Support

Understanding Elections and Voting

An e-learning module designed to develop your knowledge and understanding of elections and voting.
Worksheets

Easy Read Guide to Voter ID

This easy read guide shows which photo ID you will need to vote and how to apply for a Voter Authority Certificate if you do not have a permitted ID already.
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Easy Read Guides to Voter ID(Cymraeg)

This easy read guide shows which photo ID you will need to vote and how to apply for a Voter Authority Certificate if you do not have a permitted ID already.
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How old do you have to be to vote in UK elections?

Young Co-Creators Lloyd and Lucy break down how old you have to be to vote in various types of elections around the UK.
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UK Prospective Parliamentary Candidates

This is a tool allowing UK voters to keep track of all prospective candidates in their area.

Volunteers from the Democracy Club collect information on each candidate as they are announced, including electoral history, which can then be viewed on the candidates profile.
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Election Timetable

This Election Timetable allows voters to enter any potential election date and view what the key dates would be in the run up to that election.
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Where Do I Vote?

WhereDoIVote is polling station finder that provides information about where you can vote via a simple postcode search.
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