Less than two weeks to register to vote
The Isle of Man General Election is exactly one month away.
People wishing to vote have until 2 September to make sure they're registered.
If you’re over 16, have lived in the Isle of Man for at least a year and are not subject to any legal incapacity to vote, you are eligible to register.
To find out if you’re already on the register, you can visit local authority offices, the general registry, cabinet office or Tynwald library. You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration can be done online.
Former MHK and Government Minister Phil Gawne says it’s important to cast your vote on election day:
Sara Crissford is Head of Social Sciences and teacher of A Level Politics at St Ninian’s High School.
She says young people should make sure their voices are heard on 23 September:
You can find more information here.