People across the UK will head to the polls on Thursday (June 8) to vote in the General Election.
The election was called after the Prime Minister, Theresa May, said she had "reluctantly" decided to hold a ballot.
From tuition fees and dementia tax to fox hunting and immigration, there's been plenty to talk about when it comes to policy and manifestos.
But ultimately, the decision is in your hands.
If you're going to vote in person at your local polling station on Thursday, here's all you need to know about how to vote, thanks to the Mirror .
While you're at it, check out these top tips for what you can and can't do at the polling booths - it could save you from being arrested...
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How do I vote in person?
When you arrive at the polling station, there will be people sitting at a desk with a copy of the electoral register.
If you have it with you, you can give them your polling card.
Otherwise you can just give them your name and address and they'll check it against the list.
Can I vote without my polling card?
Yes. You don't need to take your polling card with you to vote - it might speed the process up a little, but you can vote without it.
Where do I go to vote?
The location of your polling station will be written on your polling card.
If you've lost it, don't worry. You can find out where you have to go by contacting your local election office.
Just put your postcode into the search at AboutMyVote.co.uk and it'll tell you who to get in touch with, and where your polling station is.
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