The aim of this project is to allow UK Politicians to connect with their electorate in the UK and for the electorate to connect with the UK Politicians vying for their votes. Our objective is to determine the Politicians that have our best interests at heart and that have delivered on previous promises. We are interested in metering action and not just words.

This project will allow Politicians to gain votes on their ability to deliver on the promises to the people as well as demonstrate their ability to make positive change to both indigenous British electorate as well as the ethnic minority electorates.

The United Kingdom General Election of 2015 will be the election to the 56th Parliament of the United Kingdom. The terms of the Fixed-term Parliaments Act 2011 mandate that the election will be held on 7 May 2015 (except in the event of a collapse of the government or a two-thirds majority of MPs voting for an early election).

In the general election, voting will take place in all parliamentary constituencies of the United Kingdom to elect Members of Parliament (MPs) to seats in the House of Commons, the lower house of the Parliament.

This will be the 55th general election for the United Kingdom since 1801 (earlier elections took place for parliaments in Great Britain and Ireland) , though the resultant Parliament will be the 56th, as the first Parliament came about after the co-option of members from the Parliament of Great Britain and the Parliament of Ireland.