In Tallinn, a total of nearly a thousand people are helping to organize the Parliamentary elections by organizing voting at polling stations and supporting the organization of elections in shopping centers and schools.
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.
Tallinn City Government has determined the locations of polling stations for the March elections of the Estonian Parliament
Tallinn City Government has determined the locations of polling stations for the March elections.
At today’s meeting, Tallinn Electoral Committee confirmed the voting results of City Council elections.
From Friday to Sunday, votes for the Tallinn City Council may be cast in the voter’s district of residence
From Friday to Sunday, October 15 to 17, you can cast your vote in for the Tallinn City Council in the polling stations of your district of residence. There are a total of 95 polling places open.
Tallinn voters who cannot vote in the local elections at the polling place because of a health condition or other compelling reasons can order a ballot box at home by contacting the city district government.
By Tuesday evening, 15,922 voters had cast their votes in Tallinn polling places, which is a little over half of the people who had voted in polling places all over Estonia.
From Monday, October 11, to Thursday, October 14, you can vote in the local elections at thirty-one polling places in Tallinn, regardless of your place of residence. In addition to polling places open indoors, you can also vote in polling places set up in outdoor tents. Proof of vaccination is not required at voting.
Local elections 2021 voting takes place between October 11-17, both online and in person. Estonian citizens, EU citizens and permanent residents who are at least 16 years old have the right to vote.
Eight political parties, two electoral alliances and ten independent candidates have submitted their candidacy documents to the electoral committee for the Tallinn City Council elections.