When do I vote?
You can cast your vote at your local polling station which will be open from 7am-10pm.
Where do I vote?
You will need to visit your local polling station. This will usually be a specific local school or community centre close to where you live.
The location of your polling station will be on the poll card that will be delivered to you before polling day. If you can't find your poll card, don't worry, use this simple website to find out where your polling station is: www.labour.org.uk/pollingstation.
What do I need to vote?
You do not need to show photo ID. You do not need to bring anything to vote. You will need to tell polling staff your name and address. They will then cross your name off the list and give you a ballot paper.
What happens in the polling station?
Once you tell the staff in the station your name and address, they will then confirm that you are on the electoral register and are eligible to vote. The staff at the polling station will then give you your ballot paper. This will list the parties and candidates you can vote for.
The names featured will be your local candidates standing to represent you in your local area and will not be the names of the main party political leaders.
Take your ballot paper into a polling booth so that no one can see how you vote. To place your vote place a cross next to the candidate you wish to vote for. This will be explained on the ballot paper too. Do not write or draw anything else on the paper as your vote may not be counted. If you make a mistake you can ask the polling staff to give you another ballot paper.
You cannot take photos in the voting booth. This is illegal and you may be prosecuted.