The Electoral Reform Society (ERS) is a political pressure group based in the United Kingdom which promotes electoral reform. It seeks to replace the first past the post voting system with one of proportional representation, advocating the single transferable vote. It is the oldest operating organisation concerned with political and electoral reform in the world.
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Oral Evidence given to Parliament Committees
- Katie Ghose, Chief Executive, Electoral Reform Society gave evidence related to Individual Electoral Registration and Electoral Administration on 13 Sep. 
- Dr Martin Steven, Electoral Reform Society; gave evidence related to Parliamentary Voting System and Constituencies Bill on 20 Oct. 
- Mr Lewis Baston, Research Director, Electoral Reform Society gave evidence related to Speaker's Conference (on Parliamentary Representation) on 21 Apr. 
- 1. Wikipedia. Electoral Reform Society
- 2. Cabinet Office. Ministerial meetings with outside interests, 1 Oct - 31 Dec 2010
- 3. United Kingdom Parliament. Uncorrected Evidence - HC 1608 - The referendum on separation for Scotland - 14 Mar 2012 - HC 1608-v - the Referendum on Separation for Scotland
- 4. United Kingdom Parliament. Minutes of Evidence - Tuesday 13 Sep 2011 - Political and Constitutional Reform Committee - Individual Electoral Registration and Electoral Administration
- 5. United Kingdom Parliament. Minutes of Evidence - Thursday 22 Jul 2010 - Political and Constitutional Reform Committee - Parliamentary Voting System and Constituencies Bill, 20 Oct 2010
- 6. United Kingdom Parliament. 21 Apr 2009 - Speaker's Conference (on Parliamentary Representation) - Minutes of Evidence
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