That’s a tricky question, and it’s difficult to explain without making judgments.
We’re not going to tell you who to vote for – so we are going to point you in the direction of the parties and their commitments.
Think about the policy areas you care about, and the decisions you agree or disagree with.
The political parties and candidates who are hoping to be elected to your local council might publish their own manifestos. These manifestos will say what they want to do if they’re elected. For example, a local candidate may promise to improve local recycling services or help to start a new youth club. You can find these on their social media pages and by searching online.
The things that matter to you are important. Think about what is important to you when reading manifestos and look out for what candidates promise to do. Make your voice heard.
If you’ve got questions about specific policy areas you’re interested in as the election campaign begins, get in touch and we’ll do our best to help.Contact us
“Your voice can make a difference to our country and the lives of all the people in it. Get out there and vote.” Charli XCX
Register to vote by 14th April 2022. If you don’t register in time, you won’t get to vote in the local elections on 5th May, and you won’t have your say in the future of your community.
Head over to the Gov.uk website to register to vote today. It only takes five minutes!