Information on advance polling stations for parliamentary elections is available at the elections website vaalit.fi
Information on all advance polling stations for the parliamentary elections to be held in April 2019 is now available on the elections website of the Ministry of Justice vaalit.fi. The website contains the addresses and opening hours of the advance polling stations both in Finland and abroad. Some of the advance polling stations will be open only on certain days during the advance voting period.
The parliamentary elections will be held on 14 April 2019. The advance voting period is in Finland from 3 to 9 April and abroad from 3 to 6 April.
The number of general advance polling stations in Finland is 911. The advance polling stations are mainly located at town halls, libraries and other municipal agencies and offices.
Abroad, a possibility for advance voting will be provided at 219 Finnish diplomatic or consular missions or their offices in 86 different countries. At some of these advance polling stations, voting will be possible on all days during the advance voting period. Most of the advance polling stations abroad will, however, be open for a shorter period.
There will be 1,943 election day polling stations around the country.
Eligible voters living permanently abroad and eligible voters staying abroad during the advance voting period and on the election day will be able to vote in advance by post. Instructions on postal voting are available at the elections website of the Ministry of Justice vaalit.fi.
Heini Huotarinen, Ministerial Adviser, tel. +358 2951 50127, [email protected]
Laura Peuraniemi, Senior Specialist, tel. +358 2951 50037, [email protected]
Arto Jääskeläinen, Director of Electoral Administration, tel. +358 2951 50128, [email protected]