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Electoral registration officers questioned on the operation of the Act

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03 September 2019

The Select Committee on the Electoral Registration and Administration Act 2013 questions electoral registration officers from three local councils on the operation of the 2013 Act.

Witnesses

Tuesday 3 September in Committee Room 2A, Palace of Westminster

At 3.30pm

  • Mr Glynne Morgan, Electoral Services Manager, Pembrokeshire County Council
  • Ms Clare Oakley, Electoral Services Manager, London Borough of Camden
  • Mr Andrew Tiffin, Elections & Registration Manager, Hart District Council

Possible question

  • Has the introduction of individual registration been positive?
  • How have local authorities managed online registration and surges of public interest around general elections and referendums?
  • What impact has the introduction of individual electoral registration had on efforts to reach under-registered groups?
  • Does the Government properly fund councils for the cost of running elections?
  • How big a problem is electoral fraud? What shape does it most often come in?
  • What are the key problems in relation to the annual canvass?

Further information

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