Who will win the 2015 General Election is going to be wildly debated right up until the actual day the votes are cast and counted on Thursday 7 May.

In order to join in and play your part in the General Election, you must be registered to vote. The deadline to register is Monday 20 April - only 10 days away!

Our Every Vote Counts campaigns aims to see registration numbers for the 1.5 million adults with learning disabilities across the UK grow higher than ever before.

Every single adult with a learning disability aged over 18 is legally entitled to vote, irrespective of their mental capacity, but they do need to be registered on the electoral register in order to cast their vote.

Monday's the day

According to recent figures issued by the Electoral Commission, over 1 million people have registered to vote online in the last three weeks.

Alex Robertson of the Electoral Commission explained that registering online was easy and only took a few minutes.

He said: "We don't want anyone to miss out, so we're encouraging anyone still not registered to go online before the 20 April deadline. There is still time to register and we would urge anyone who is not registered to take action. It's easy and only takes a few minutes."

According to the Electoral Commission figures, the most popular day to register is a Monday. Make Monday 13 April your day to register to vote.

How can I register?

It is easy to register to vote - you can do so online or download this easy read form and post it to your local electoral services.

Once you are registered, why not find out more about politics? Take a look at our Every Vote Counts easy read resources to help understand what politics is, how it affects our everyday lives and how everyone can get involved through voting.

Our easy read website explains the democratic process in a simplified format, and shares useful information on the workings of Parliament and the role of communities.

Xanthe Breen, senior press officer.