London Voter Registration Week

We have teamed up with the Greater London Authority to run a non-party political, impartial, non-election specific campaign to encourage Londoners – especially under-registered and under-represented Londoners – to register to vote.

In 2021…

74,000 unique engagements with LVRW 2021 posts on social media

4.7 million reached on social media

11% increase in youth voter registration compared to the previous week, when voter registration rates fell in other areas across Britain


Peter Sogbodjor, Sportsmaker, City & Islington College: “City & Islington College are proud to be associated with LVRW as we believe that young people should be heard and should have every opportunity to exercise their right to vote. It’s vital young people have their say on decisions that will affect their lives and the Voter Registration campaign plays a vital role in raising awareness about why young people should vote, as well as remove potential barriers to young people exercising their democratic right.”

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Dean Okai Snr, Strategic Advisory Committee Director at African Diaspora Public Affairs Committee (ADPAC): “ADPAC is passionate about increasing the London African/Caribbean voter influence and participation by increasing our voter registration. #WeMatter”.

Portia Msimang, Project Coordinator, Renters’ Rights London: “Most of the 9 million people wrongly registered or missing from electoral rolls are renters, in urban areas. There’s real power in those 9 million votes, but everyone who fails to register to vote, wastes their share of that power. Renters’ votes have the power to fix our broken housing system”.