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Polling station in the 2024 presidential election is determined based on the voter’s place of residence on 8 December 2023

Ministry of Justice
Publication date 1.12.2023 11.18 | Published in English on 1.12.2023 at 13.36
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A voter's polling station in the presidential election is determined based on the voter’s place of residence. The voting register for the presidential election to be held in January 2024 will be compiled based on the information contained in the Population Information System on 8 December 2023.

On election day, voters may only vote at the polling station mentioned in the notice of right to vote sent to them, whereas during the advance voting period, voters may vote at any advance polling station.

The same voting register will be used in the first round of the presidential election on 28 January 2024 and in the possible second round on 11 February 2024. The election day polling station for the possible second round is also determined on the basis of the voter’s address on 8 December 2023.

If an eligible voter moves after 8 December, the election day polling station is determined in accordance with their previous place of residence.

Notices of right to vote will be sent by post or via service

A notice of right to vote (polling card) will be sent to all eligible voters in December or January. The polling card will be sent in electronic format to those eligible voters who have activated the Messages service and given their consent for all official messages to be sent to them electronically. About one in five eligible voters will receive an electronic polling card in the presidential election.

Information on the presidential election and voting:

General advance polling stations in the presidential election

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