In 2024, the London Mayoral Elections will take place seeing hopeful candidates bid to become Mayor of London.

The last election took place in May 2021 and saw Labour’s Sadiq Khan become Mayor of London.

Khan first took on the role in 2016 after he succeeded former Prime Minster Boris Johnson who took over from Ken Livingstone in 2008.

The role of London Mayor does not have a maximum term and could see Mayors stay in the role for several terms.

Mayor Khan has been in the role for two terms and if he were to win the 2024 elections he could become the longest-serving Mayor of London.

The London Assembly has confirmed that the elections for the Mayor of London and the London Assembly will take place on Thursday May 2, 2024.

The elections will confirm who will take on the role of Mayor for the next term as well as the members of the London Assembly.

You can register to vote online for the Mayoral Elections via the London Elects website here.

To be able to register you must be over 16, a British citizen or an Irish or EU citizen living in the UK, a  Commonwealth citizen who has permission to enter or stay in the UK, or who does not need permission, a citizen of another country living in Scotland or Wales who has permission to enter or stay in the UK, or who does not need permission.

To vote in the Mayoral elections you must be registered and live in London and on the day of the vote be at least 18 years old.

It’s important to note that being registered with council services and paying council tax does not mean you are automatically on the electoral register.

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