ANTI-racism campaigners are stepping up their fight.
MPs, trades unions and faith and community organisations have all vowed to kick the British National Party out of local politics - with help from the public.
The Unite Against Fascism campaign, launched by the National Assembly Against Racism and the Anti-Nazi League, is calling for an end to voter apathy.
A statement from Huddersfield Trades Council said the BNP was a ``real threat".
Council secretary Bob Stoker said: "We regard the BNP as a mortal threat which must be confronted.
"We will ensure that Huddersfield Trades Council plays a part in the alliance to defeat the BNP."
He added: "The main thing is to make sure people get out and vote, because where the BNP have been elected there have been low turnouts.
"We want people who are against the BNP to make a stand."