Mayor of London and London Assembly Elections take place every four years. The next election will take place on Thursday, 2 May 2024.

Many Disabled people face barriers to voting and democratic engagement. These barriers can include a lack of accessible information, inaccessible polling stations and society’s failure to properly value the voices and choices of Disabled people.

Political decisions have a direct impact on the day-to-day lives of Disabled people. We need to make sure our voices are heard in the democratic process. Voting and getting involved in activity in the lead up to elections is one important way to do this.


Have your say handbook cover - The cover with three individuals infron of wooding voting booths within a polling station.


We have created a short handbook to help local Disabled people navigate the elections and voting. You can download it here - The Mayor of London & London Assembly Elections 2024 Have Your Say Handbook 

It includes information on: 

- What we are voting for in the London elections. 

- Who you can vote for.

- How to vote. 

- Voter ID.

- Support avaliable when voting and more. 

If you need the handbook in another format please get in touch. 



Hear from the candidates at Inclusion London's Mayor of London Hustings - 9th April 2024

Join us at Inclusion London’s hustings. This is a great chance to ask candidates about issues that matter to us, connect, and make our voices heard! Find out more here. 

Mayor of London Hustings. Tuesday 9th April 2024, 4-6:30pm, Abbey Centre, Westminster + Online. Cartoon hands holding megaphones and signs that say BSL + captions, Nothing About Us Without Us, Make Your Voice Heard.