Boxes are ready for 128 polling stations across three Hull constituencies ahead of Thursday’s General Election.
Polling stations will be open from 7am to 10pm for people to vote on who represents their constituency in Parliament.
In Hull, three MPs will be elected in Hull East, Hull North and Hull West and Hessle.
In Hull East, 65,124 electors will have a chance to vote on which candidate they would like to be their local MP. In Hull North, 62,912 electors are eligible to vote for their MP, while in Hull West and Hessle there are 59,015 electors. Find out who is standing here.
When polls close at 10pm, boxes will be brought back to the Guildhall for the votes to be counted. The results will then be declared by the Lord Mayor, Councillor Steve Wilson, in his role as official returning officer.
Polling stations are listed on polling cards, though voters won’t need their polling card to vote.
Learn more about voting in the General Election in Hull here.