To drive the biggest turnout of informed, educated and engaged young voters at
the 2015 general election; calling for the next Government to make voter
registration easier, more accessible and engaging for generations to come.
Bite the Ballot insist that people aged 16-24, have been ignored by our leaders for too long.
Bite The Ballot’s giving you the chance to change this by putting your questions to them directly; live and online.
They have organised a series of live Q&A with UK political party leaders. The next one is with Labour Party leader, Ed Miliband, and takes place on the 8th December between 5.30-6.30pm. If you want to take part or watch the interviews with the Greens and UKIP then follow this link: http://bitetheballot.co.uk/leaders-live/
Interviews with the leaders for the SNP and Plaid Cymru are planned for the new year.
Educational Scotland has resources about politics and political literacy here: http://bit.ly/political_literacy