Ready, Set, Vote!

Find out how to make your vote count in the upcoming elections.

Understanding how to vote in upcoming elections

We are entering an exciting period of elections in the UK. The Mayor of London and London Assembly Elections (the “GLA elections”) are in May, and a general election will be called before the end of January 2025. Here’s what you need to know to make your vote count.


To exercise your right to vote you must be registered. To find out how, or if you’re unsure whether you’re registered, visit our Register to vote guide.

Voter ID

There are now new laws which govern the way we vote. The new laws are part of the Elections Act 2022. As a result, voters now need to bring ID to the polling station. To find out what form of ID is allowed, and what to do if you don’t have any ID, see our Voter ID guide

Where to vote

There are 76 polling places across Haringey, so you need to know which one you should go to on polling day. See our guide where to vote

Community resources

Do you work with community groups or faith organisations? If so, you are well-placed to get out the message about registration and Voter ID. 

Below are some resources that you can use to inform residents about how to register to vote, and about changes to the voting process:

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