There's just three weeks to go until the general election takes place.
If you're not registered to vote or not sure if you are, here's a handy guide to help you.
When is the general election set to take place?
Thursday, June 8.
Am I eligible to vote?
You can vote in the general election if you are registered and 18 or over on the day of the vote.
You must also be a British, Irish or Commonwealth citizen or a British citizen living abroad who has been registered to vote in the UK in the last 15 years.
Do I need to register?
You need to be on the electoral register to vote in elections and referendums.
How do I know if I’m registered to vote?
To check the electoral register, you need to contact your local authority. You will be able to find out your local registration office by entering your postcode at yourvotematters.co.uk.
They will be able to tell you if you are registered. It's not currently possible to check your registration status online.
How do I register to vote?
If you are in England, Scotland or Wales, you can register to vote at, you’ll need to visit gov.uk/register-to-vote It should only take five minutes and you will need your National Insurance number plus your passport if you’re a British citizen living abroad.
If you’ve moved home since the last time you voted, then you will need to re-register at your new address.
If you have registered since you moved to your new home, you do not need to register again. If you have not, you need register to vote again.
When you register to your new address, your new local authority will make sure you're removed from the register at your old address.
You can still register to vote even if you do not have a fixed address.
If you are in Northern Ireland you should download a form from the Electoral Office for Northern Ireland website.
When is the deadline to register?
The deadline to register to vote is 11.59pm on Monday, May 22.
How do I vote?
You can vote the following ways: At your local polling station on June 8 You’ll be able to find out which is your nearest on the Electoral Commission’s website closer to voting day By post or proxy For a postal vote you will need to download this form, fill it in and send it to your local registration office. You can find their details at yourvotematters.co.uk.
Anyone who is registered to vote can apply for a postal vote.
What's the postal vote deadline?
In England, Scotland and Wales, the deadline to apply to vote by post for the UK general election is 5pm on Tuesday, May 23.
You must return your postal vote application form by 5pm, 11 working days before an election or referendum.
Where do I vote?
The location of your polling station will be on the polling card that will be delivered to you before polling day.
Alternatively, you can contact your local elections office to find out.
When are the polling stations open?
Polling hours are usually between 7am and 10pm.
- Undecided on who you are going to vote for in Watford? Click here for all the information on our hustings event, which will take place on TUESDAY.