What is the Fair Vote Project?

We are the Fair Vote Project. We believe that some things are bigger than Brexit – like fighting for our democracy. The whistleblower evidence suggests there was cheating in the referendum. We must not let this cheating go unpunished and more importantly, must ensure it never happens again.

The Fair Vote Project was set up to tackle the issue of data misuse, voter manipulation and lack of transparency in elections head-on. We are committed to ensuring the institutions that protect our democratic processes are fit for purpose in a digital age.

This is why we have developed a platform of simple but necessary electoral reforms and are calling for a Digital Bill of Rights to protect the right to privacy of individuals all over the world.

Transparency

We are committed to transparency in our leadership and sources of support. Byline Festival provided necessary funding to launch this project. From there, we expect most support to come from individual supporters. We will make make public any contributions over £500. To date, the following organisations and individuals have contributed more than £500 to our organisation: ByLine Festival, P. Forsyth, UK-EU Open Policy Limited (Best for Britain), M. Johnson, and the Laura Kinsella Foundation.

Online Advertising Policy

We think it’s important to be transparent about how we’re reaching people through online advertising. If you see one of our ads it is because Facebook or Twitter thinks that you are interested in: Remain, Leave, news, EU Referendum, Boris Johnson, Delete Facebook, Chris Wylie, Brexit Whistleblower, Shahmir Sanni, Theresa May, democracy, policy Studies, political science, public policy, activism, civil service, electoral reform, equal opportunity, feminism and equality, government, local government, policy, the public sector, social equality, social movements, voting, a similar organisation to Fair Vote, and/or you’ve been engaging with Brexit related news online.

Leading the project

Kyle Taylor

Kyle has spent his career working in cause-based and political campaigning from youth-led social change programmes around the world to the US Presidential campaign in 2016 and five elections in the United Kingdom. He was most recently national field campaign director at Best for Britain. In 2015 he finished a three-year post as the Chief of Staff and Campaigns Director to the then Minister of State for Justice, Sir Simon Hughes.

Photo Credit: Alick Cotterill