In the run-up to the elections residents are advised to correct details of current place of residence in the population register
Residents are reminded to update their residence data in the Population Register before 3 February in order to participate in the Parliament (Riigkogu) elections in your hometown.
"In order to cast their vote in the constituency of their hometown, residents of Tallinn who have moved to the city or moved to another district in recent years should update their residence data," said Priit Lello, chairman of the Tallinn Election Committee and city secretary. "To receive election information by e-mail, you should have an up-to-date e-mail address in the register.”
Residents can check your whereabouts and report your new place of residence at https://www.rahvastikuregister.ee/ by logging in with your ID card. If necessary, residents can contact their nearest district administration or the Tallinn Family Register Office to correct residence details in Tallinn.
The electoral rolls for the Riigikogu elections are compiled on the basis of the data of the Population Register as of 3 February. Correct data in the Population Register is also important to ensure that voters receive the election information leaflet, which is sent out at the end of February. The purpose of the leaflet is to provide general information on the right to vote, as well as the location of polling stations. For those who do not have an e-mail address, a paper version of the leaflet will be sent.
Through the Population Register's "My Election Information" service, anyone can check from 20 February whether they are on the electoral roll for the forthcoming elections and where and when they can vote by logging in with their ID card at https://www.rahvastikuregister.ee/personal/election .
Constituency number 1 is made up of the districts of Haabersti, Põhja-Tallinn and Kristiine, constituency number 2 is made up of the districts of Kesklinna, Lasnamäe and Pirita, and constituency number 3 is made up of the districts of Mustamäe and Nõmme. In Tallinn, a total of 80 polling stations will be open to voters, plus one polling station serving people in hospitals, nursing homes and other similar locations. Information on the polling stations in Tallinn is available on the website at https://www.tallinn.ee/et/valimised