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Publicerad: 5 February 2020

Vote in your polling station on election day

On your voter card, the name of your electoral district is noted, as is the name of your polling station, its address and its opening hours.

You can only vote at the polling station that is named on your voter card.

If you cannot vote at your polling station, you can vote in a designated station for early voting that is open on election day.

You must identify yourself

You must be able to verify your identity in order to vote.

If you are not known by the election official, you must show a form of identification, for example a driver’s license or a passport.

If you do not have a form of identification, then another person can verify your identity and in that case, they must be able to show a form of identification.

This is how you vote on election day in an election for parliament, municipality and county council

  1. Choose ballots.
  2. Take a ballot envelope.
  3. Go behind a voting screen and prepare your vote. Place an ”x” next to the candidate on the ballot that you want to place a vote for. Then, place the ballot in its respective ballot envelope and close the envelope.
  4. Leave your ballot envelope and your form of identification with the election official.
  5. The election official will verify your identity, mark off your name in the electoral roll, deisgnating that you have voted, and place your ballot envelope in the ballot box.

You cannot find your party’s ballot?

Take a blank ballot and write your party’s name on it. You can also place a named vote by writing in your party name and the name of the candidate you wish to vote for.

If you have a party ballot, you may write your candidate’s name on it.

This is how you vote on election day in an election for the European Parliament

  1. Choose ballots.
  2. Take a ballot envelope.
  3. Go behind a voting screen and prepare your vote. Place an ”x” next to the candidate on the ballot that you want to place a vote for. Then, place the ballot in its respective ballot envelope and close the envelope.
  4. Leave your ballot envelope and your form of identification with the election official.
  5. The election official will verify your identity, mark off your name in the electoral roll, deignating that you have voted, and place your ballot envelope in the ballot box.

You cannot find your party’s ballot?

Take a blank ballot and write your party’s name on it.

You can also place a named vote by writing in your party name and the name of the candidate you wish to vote for.

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