Mynd Allan a Phleidleisio
Go Out & Vote
Funded by the Welsh Government's Third Sector Voter Registration Support Grant, the Mynd Allan a Phleidleisio (MAaP) | Go Out & Vote Project is being delivered until the end of May 2022 with the intention of engaging people in the democratic process, in particular the local elections on May 5th.
Register to vote
Register to vote by visiting:
To found out about the upcoming elections, including who the candidates are in your area and where to vote, enter your postcode below:
You can also find more information about the candidates by visiting whocanivotefor.co.uk
Where to vote
If you're not sure where your nearest polling station (the place where you can vote in an election) is, enter your postcode below:
More about polling stations
Polling stations are open from 7am to 10pm on Thursday May 5, 2022.
You don't need your poll card to vote.
You must vote at your assigned polling station.
If you are registered to vote, but you don't have your poll card, you can go to the polling station and give them your name and address.
In Wales, you don't need any form of ID.
Here are the manifestos of the main political parties in Wales:
We could not find manifestos for the 2022 Local Election from the Welsh Liberal Democrats, the Wales Green Party or Welsh Labour in Flintshire.
About the MAaP Project
We're visiting schools, colleges, youth clubs, community and cultural buildings to engage with young people, qualifying foreign nationals and any other member of the public who wishes to know more about voting, elections, politics and democracy. If you would like us to visit your setting please get in touch.
We use The Playwork Principles and 'Youth Work in Wales: Principles and Purposes' as frameworks to engage with people. Playful prompts and practical resources are the "carrot" by which people are drawn to our project but it is the engagement thereafter and the outcomes of the project, namely prompting people to register to vote and participate in the local election, that are most important.