Referendum on law making powers in Wales
On March the 3rd, you'll get to decide if Wales will have more law-making powers at the Assembly Government.
At the moment, The Assembly can make laws in 20 areas, including Education, Food, Health and Transport, but have to discuss with Westminster before making any changes in these areas.
The Assembly wants to take the lead from the Scottish Parliament, and have the right to make laws about Wales IN Wales, without having to go to Westminster.
Here's how you can cast your vote, what your vote will mean and what will happen after that...
HOW DO I VOTE?
You will have received a polling card along with an information pamphlet, in the post.
On Thursday, March the 3rd, polling stations across Wales will be open from 7am to 10am
You'll need to go to a polling station.
You'll get a balloting paper. The question on your ballot paper, will ask:
'Do you want the Assembly now to be able to make laws on all matters in the 20 subject areas it has powers for?'
WHAT WILL A 'YES' VOTE MEAN?
The Assembly will be able to make laws on all matters in the 20 subject areas it has powers for, without needing the UK Parliament's agreement.
This means laws on education, health, transport and the other 17 subjects can be made by the Welsh Assembly Government.
However, laws on defence, tax and welfare benefits will still be made in Westminster by the UK Parliament. They will NOT be affected by a 'YES' vote.
WHAT WILL A 'NO' VOTE MEAN?
What happens at the moment will continue.
WHEN WILL I FIND OUT THE RESULT?
Once the polling stations are closed at 10pm on March the 3rd, the votes will be counted, and verified.
The results will be released as they're counted. Once all of the regions in Wales are counted, you'll find out whether Wales voted 'YES' or 'NO'.