What is a Mock Election ?

Recreate the excitement and drama of a real election in your school!

Students get into the campaigning spirit by running as candidates, creating manifestos, canvassing support, as well as casting their first votes on polling day. They also help organise and administer the election to ensure it is free and fair. It is a great and fun way to teach young people about elections and democracy.

Check the upcoming Mock Election: test2016

How to run a Mock Election

1. Register your school
Visit the Register section to add your school to the national Mock Elections campaign. Your school will be placed on our map and, when you submit your result, it will be included in our national Mock Elections result. In the meantime, we'll keep you up to date with news from the campaign trail.
2. Run your mock election
Visit the Resources section to download our 10 Step Teachers Toolkit, our Flowchart poster to help you navigate your way through the election process, and all the resources and templates you will need to run an exciting election!
3. Submit your results
Return to the Register section to submit your results. Be sure to share photos, videos and memories of your schools' campaign using the #mockelections2015 hashtag in all your social media. We'll share them on this site and our Mock Elections HQ blog.

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