Camden Elections 2018: Last chance to register

British, Commonwealth and EU citizens aged 18 or over can vote on 3 May. To vote you must register before midnight tonight.

You can register to vote online at gov.uk/register-to-vote – all you need is your name and national insurance number - writes camden.gov.uk.

If you are going to be away, or are unable to make it to the polling station on Thursday 3 May then you can apply for a postal vote. If you want to vote by post, you must apply to do so byWednesday 18 April. You can find out how to apply at camden.gov.uk/elections .

Alternatively, you can apply for a proxy vote where someone goes to the polling station on your behalf. You must apply for a proxy vote beforeWednesday 25 April.

If you are a British citizen living in the EU then you can still vote, though you will need a valid passport to register.

All of our polling stations are accessible and have staff on hand who can help you should you need any additional assistance.

To find out more about the 2018 local election as well as postal and proxy voting, visit camden.gov.uk/elections

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