Today marks 100 years since the first women in the UK were legally allowed to vote in a general election.
Back then only those who were over 30 and they or their husbands were an occupier of property, were able to take part.
A century on and everyone over the age of 18 – regardless of gender, race, ethnicity or income – is able to have their say in all UK elections.
Here's Theresa, Angie and Kate in our election team hard at work today, showing that a lot has changed in 100 years!
For details on registering to vote and requesting a postal vote, visit: https://www.adur-worthing.gov.uk/election…/register-to-vote/