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On Wednesday 3 September at 3:30, the Speaker’s Commission met to discuss electronic voting.
The Commissioners heard contributions on e-voting in its final public session which was live streamed and tweeted using #DDCVote
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The Speaker wants to hear from the widest range and largest number of people possible to help inform his Commission’s work. All comments/ ideas/ thoughts are welcome in any format (video, written etc.) and via any media (Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, YouTube, email, phone etc.) The Commission are also planning a number of discussion ‘roundtable’ events around the country to discuss with a variety of groups different questions related to its work. Follow the Commission for upcoming events. The Commission will report in January 2015 so time is tight – get involved now!
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