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Who are the first Voter Registration Champions & Ambassadors?

Who are the first Voter Registration Champions and Ambassadors to sign up?

This Voter Registration Week (4th-11th March 2024) a broad movement of civil society organisations and employers has launched an ambitious non-partisan campaign to get 1 million ‘at risk’ voters ready to participate in this year’s general election. Over 50 organisations representing 2.7 million people have contacted Citizens UK expressing interest in becoming Voter Registration Champions. As well as the Church of England, dozens of schools, colleges, universities, charities and community groups and businesses have contacted Citizens UK with their voter registration plans, seeking accreditation.

Voter Registration Champions

All Souls Church & Community Centre

Anchor Removals & Storage

Bridgwater & Taunton College

Cabot Learning Federation Post 16


Holyrood Academy, Chard

Leyton Sixth Form College

London Muslim Centre

Newcastle University & Students Union

Northstowe Church Network

Nottingham College

Radford Anglican Church

Reading Minster

Reading University

Space 4

St David's RC Sixth Form College, Cardiff

Your Place


Baptist Union of Great Britain

Church of England

Church of Scotland

Churches Together in England

Federation of Small Businesses


Methodist Church

Quakers in Britain

United Reformed Church

Demonstrate your commitment to encouraging non-partisan engagement in democracy by accrediting as a Voter Registration Champion now!

Posted by Jenny Filkins on 24 Apr, 2024