Who can I vote for on 2 May?


Thursday 2 May will see polling for the Police and Crime Commissioners (PCC) across the UK, including the PCC for South Wales which covers Radyr & Morganstown. For the first time voters in our Wards will need to show ID at the polling station for this election.

Who can I vote for and Where do I vote?

The Democracy Club aims to provide accurate, non-partisan information on every election and candidate across the UK. Their widget, below, offers free impartial information about who is standing in our area and where your local polling station is.

Don’t forget your ID

Voters in Wales need to show photo ID to vote at polling stations in some elections.

This applies to:

  • UK parliamentary elections, including general elections, by-elections and recall petitions
  • Police and Crime Commissioner elections

Read more on accepted forms of photo ID on the Electoral Commission Website

Have you registered to vote?

Finally, a reminder that to vote you must be registered. The last date to register to vote in the PCC elections was Tuesday 16 April 2024. However, with a UK General Election on the horizon, if you have not yet registered to vote and are otherwise eligible it is quick and easy either online or by post – https://gov.uk/register-to-vote