If you become involved in the political process, you can help to determine the shape of the world you live in, both locally and globally.

If you don’t, someone else will do it – and you may not like the result.

Top Ten Reasons for Switching to ProRep

By Guy Dauncey

  1. More people vote – voter turnout increases to 80-85%

  2. Twice as many women become MPs

  3. More people from minorities become MPs

  4. More young people register to vote

  5. There is no more need to vote for a party you don’t like, to stop a party you like even less from getting elected

  6. There are no more governments that are opposed by 60% of the voters

  7. Political parties show less antagonism towards each other, and develop legislation more cooperatively

  8. It encourages more participation, and better media coverage

  9. It reduces public cynicism about politics and politicians

  10. It’s fair. Everyone’s vote counts

Reprinted from Common Ground Magazine, April 2002, with many thanks.