Stop the e-voting pilots in your area: It works!

There are two points in government on which pressure can be applied, the Department of Constitutional Affairs who are running the pilot programme, and local authorities who will apply for and administer individual pilots. The Department is a single target, but quite well fortified, shall we say. But for local authorities the pilots are voluntary so getting them to rule themselves out is quite possible.

The first success is Brighton & Hove City Council. Thanks to the Green Party councillors, the council's Chief Executive Alan McCarthy has ruled the city out of running pilots in 2007.

Please contact your local councillors asking them to ensure your council doesn't apply to run a pilot in 2007. It's fast, easy and effective with WriteToThem:

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