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E-population register shows how to cast votes during the Parliamentary elections

E-population register shows how to cast votes during the Parliamentary elections

This week, every citizen eligible to vote can find out how, where and when to cast their vote in the upcoming Parliamentary elections via the e-voting register.

As of 20 February, anyone can check whether they are on the population register electoral roll for the upcoming elections and where and when they can vote via the link My Election Information service. To do this, log on to the population register at  and select "My data" (My data → My Voting information → View Data) from the menu.

The information sheet will show which constituency a voter can vote in this year's elections, where the polling stations in that constituency are located to cast a paper ballot on the spot, and when the stations are open.The lists for  the Parliamentary elections were compiled on the basis of the data in the population register as of 3 February 2023. 

The information received from the population register determines in which constituency the voter can cast their vote. Tallinn is divided into three constituencies: constituency number 1 is consists of Haabersti, Põhja-Tallinn and Kristiine districts, constituency number 2 consists of  Kesklinna, Lasnamäe and Pirita districts, and constituency number 3 consists of Mustamäe and Nõmme districts.

In total, over 80 polling stations will be open for voters plus one polling station serving people in  hospitals, nursing homes and other locations. All information regarding the polling stations is available on the City of Tallinn website 

The Ministry of the Interior will send an election information leaflet with information on voting to every eligible voter by Thursday 23 February at the latest. The information leaflet will be sent electronically to the e-mail address of those who have forwarded their e-mail address to a personal email account or have entered their email address in the population register. Those whose email address is not known will receive a paper copy by post.

In cases when the voter has not received the information sheet, it is advised to check the information via the e-mobility register on the website or by calling the population registry helpline 612 4444 or by contacting the nearest district government in cases when the voter has not received the information leaflet by 23 February.

The election week starts on Monday 27 February, with 24 polling stations opening in Tallinn for all voters, regardless of where they live. Voting will take place electronically from 9am on 27 February until 20 pm on Saturday 4 March on the website  (with mobile ID or ID card). On Sunday 5 March, only paper ballots will be accepted.