Your next chance to vote Green will be in 2014 (unless there is a by-election in your area), when both the European and local council elections will take place across London. Here you can find information on how to register to vote for these elections.
To vote Green in 2014, you need to make sure that you are registered to vote.
To find out if you are already on the electoral register and to register to vote please vist http://www.aboutmyvote.co.uk/ - it takes just a few minutes to make sure you can have your say.
You can vote in local government elections if you have registered to vote and you are:
Being registered with the council for services such as paying council tax will not automatically include you on the electoral register. Although both are held by the council, the two lists are separate.
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.