Letmevote UK is part of Letmevote EU, an independent citizens' group promoting active citizenship in the EU. We promote voter registration and participation of all EU citizens, including mobile EU citizens, who live and work in other EU countries than the one they come from. We believe in a Europe of the people, of engaged citizens, and of active communities.
On 5 May 2016 EU citizens living in the UK are entitled to vote in local elections for the following bodies National Assembly for Wales Northern Ireland Assembly Scottish Parliament Mayor of London London Assembly 100+ Local Authorities PLUS Direct […]
EU citizens have the right to vote in the London Mayor and London Assembly Elections 2016. Registration deadline is 18 April 2016. Will London citizens elect a pro-Brexit candidate or vote for continued cooperation with European partners?
EU citizens in the UK cannot vote in the EU referendum on 23 June 2016 but they can campaign and make their voice heard in their communities. We strongly encourage EU citizens to campaign in their local communities, schools, workplaces and online.
LetmevoteUK has issued a joint statement with other leading EU organisations in the UK expressing concern why some EU voters were not able to vote in EP2014.
The Alliance of European Conservatives and Reformists (AECR) contains a number of parties, including governing parties of three EU Member States, and Prime Minister David Cameron.
The time period for the collections of signatures of the European Citizens Initiative (ECI) Letmevote ended on 28/01/2014. What did the ECI achieve?
Read a selection of Letmevote UK’s famous twitter-based democracy-enhancing ‘Voting Limericks’. They are calls to action – to sign the Letmevote ECI, to vote, to support EU citizens’ vote.
Alex Taylor is a British-born journalist living mostly in France. As a European citizen who has first hand experience of not being able to vote, he supports Letmevote.