There are council elections taking place on 2nd May in England and Northern Ireland.
The deadline to register to vote in these elections is Friday 12th April.
If you are a student, you may be able to register to vote at both your home and term time addresses.
If your home and university addresses are in two different local authority areas, you may vote in local elections in both areas.
You need to register with each of the two local authorities, separately, in order to vote twice.
Which councils are up for election on May 2nd?
In 33 of the 36 English Metropolitan Borough Councils one-third of their seats are up for election.
Elections will take place in 47 unitary authorities.
In 30 English unitary authorities the whole council is up for election.
In 17 English unitary authorities one third of the council is up for election.
Elections will take place in 179 non-metropolitan districts.
In 130 English district authorities the whole council is up for election.
In 49 English district authorities one third of the council is up for election.
Six direct mayoral elections will be held.
One election will be held for a regional mayor.
In Northern Ireland, all eleven councils will be up for election.