The end (of the election) is nigh…

The ballot boxes have arrived back at Cathedral House ahead of the local election count in Kirklees.

It’s easier than you think to vote

Not sure who to vote for or where to vote? First time voter Max tells us it’s easier than you think to vote in the local elections.

Meet the Inspector

Today, all day (and all evening) the Inspectors are quietly going around every polling station in your local area, making sure that all is well and that you are able to vote.

You can vote without your poll card

Don’t worry if you’ve lost your polling card – you can still vote without it. And you can look up your polling station at: www.wheredoivote.co.uk

Vote in the local elections to have your say

Neve is 19 and is voting for the local elections for the first time. She tells us why she thinks it’s important to vote.

Getting on with running the election

Almost 200 Presiding Officers are busy running polling stations all across Kirklees. It’s a long day for everyone, but Diane tells us how they are “just getting on with it”.

Being part of the local elections

Presiding Officer Alaina told us how it’s good to be part of the local elections in Kirklees.

Voting for the first time

First time voter Max tells us why he thinks it’s important to vote in the local elections in Kirklees.

It’s Polling Day

The signs are up, the pencils have been sharpened, the ballot boxes are sealed and voting is under way for the 2018 local elections in Kirklees.

Still got your postal vote?

If you’ve still got your postal vote envelope at home, you can drop it in at a local polling station before 10pm on Thursday 3 May 2018.