Unless you have a by-election in your area, May 22nd 2014 will be your next chance to vote Green in London.
Next year will be the first time that the local council and European elections have been held on the same day, providing the London Green Party with an exciting opportunity to campaign on issues that affect Londoners at both the local and European level.
This means that when you get to the polling station, you will have the chance to vote Green on both the European and local council ballot papers.
If you live in the Borough of Hackney, Lewisham, Newham, Tower Hamlets or Newham, you will also be voting for your Local Authority Mayor - that's 3 opportunities to vote Green!
MEPs are elected under a proportional representation system. The Green Party will put forward a list of candidates for London, and will then be allocated a number of MEPs according to the number of votes we received. This means that, unlike in General Elections, every vote counts.
Voting Green in the European Election will help elect more Green MEPs.