KIRKLEES is divided into 23 wards, each of them with three councillors.
One seat in each ward is up for grabs tomorrow.
Labour, which currently runs a minority administration on the council, is defending seven of its 24 seats this year.
The two most vulnerable are Dewsbury East – which the party won by 600 votes in last year’s election – and Heckmondwike, where Labour had a majority of 800 in 2010.
The Lib Dems are the second largest group on Kirklees with 20 seats.
The party is defending eight of them this year.
Clr Roger Batttye faces a tough fight to keep his seat in Dalton.
Labour’s Clr Peter McBride won by 1,000 votes in the ward at last year’s election.
The Lib Dems are also under pressure in Holme Valley North from the Conservatives and independent candidate Ed Holroyd-Doveton.
And the Tories will also be pushing hard to retake the seat they lost to the Lib Dems in Lindley last year by just 150 votes.
The Conservatives are the third largest party on Kirklees with 19 seats, of which six are up for grabs this year.
The party appears most vulnerable in Dewsbury South, where Clr Salim Patel is trying to keep his seat.
Labour won the ward by more than 2,000 votes last year.
The Greens are defending two of their four seats.
The party held Newsome last year with a majority of 600.
The Greens look vulnerable in Kirkburton, where the Tories won by 1,100 votes in 2010.
Seventeen of the 51 seats on Calderdale Council are also up for grabs tomorrow.
The council is currently run by a Lib Dem / Labour coalition, but the Conservatives are the largest party.
James Blanchard, Lib Dems*
Craig Fennell, Trade Unionists and Socialists Against Cuts
Tony Leach, British National Party
Elliott Ledsam, Labour
Eileen Marchant, Greens
Janice Thomas, Conservatives
Bill Armer, Conservatives
Sharon Fallows, Greens
Cath Harris, Labour*
Manjit Singh, Lib Dems
Jon Bloom, Lib Dems
Peter Cunnington, Greens
Mark Griffin, Independent
Mohammed Laher, Conservatives
Amanda Stubley, Labour*
John Birkenshaw, Conservatives
Matt Blakeley, Greens
Irfan Iqbal, Lib Dems
Peter O’Neill, Labour*
BIRSTALL AND BIRKENSHAW
Suzy Brain-England, Lib Dems
Robert Light, Conservatives*
Clive Lord, Greens
Michael Williams, Labour
Robert Barraclough, Greens
Dan Howard, Labour
David Pinder, Conservatives
Andrew Pinnock, Lib Dems*
Donna Bellamy, Conservatives
Lynn Bradbury, Lib Dems*
Chayley Collis, Greens
Tabatha Ellam, Labour
Melanie Roberts, United Kingdom Independence Party
CROSLAND MOOR AND NETHERTON
Chas Ball, Greens
Jackie Grunsell, Trade Unionists and Socialists Against Cuts
Mahmood Hussain, Lib Dems
Mohammad Sarwar, Labour*
Louisa Waple, Conservatives