London Elects Seeks Soon-To-Be-18 Year Olds

Rachel Holdsworth
By Rachel Holdsworth Last edited 84 months ago
London Elects Seeks Soon-To-Be-18 Year Olds

Born on 3 May 1994? Then you'll be eligible to vote in the London elections and the organisation that runs it is looking for someone from each borough to help get young people voting.

London Elects wants to find 32 people turning 18 on 3 May, who are passionate about London and their local area, to take part in the campaign to make sure young people know how to make their voice heard. Eleven of the London Assembly members are elected by calculating all the votes for a party across the city, so there's more chance to make an impact than with First Past the Post.

If you fancy getting involved then contact London Elects via Twitter, their Facebook page or email

To vote in the London election you need to be at least 18 years old on 3 May 2012, live in London and be a British, Republic of Ireland, Commonwealth or EU citizen.

Last Updated 16 February 2012